She was in Hamper heaven cuddling the baby rabbits, so much so that she almost fell asleep as she stroked them. Hypnotic. These are the first photos I've put up since she chopped off her waist length hair.
Feeding the lambs was good but she said the farmer was bossy! . . .
She being the expert on all things bossy. "He could've let go of that bottle Mum, I was holding it really tight"
But the bonus was right at the end, on the way out . . . Hamper G stopped and said "Errrr!! what's that coming out of the sheep's bum?"
Wow timing or what? I told her how lucky she was to see this and that I'd never seen that before in 49 years . . . She said it made her feel sick, especially when the "Daddy" started to eat the plastic bag that the baby came out in!
So that's where babies come from . . . Yep, well, no. Not from Daddy in a plastic bag, but yes, that's how they're born. So how do they get in there? . . . Maybe another visit to the farm one day will answer that question. These farm parks are a great idea and smaller children love getting involved with the animals. Of course Hamper G came home wanting a rabbit because it will sit with her and be cuddled (bossed about), our hamsters wont. Of course I said no. Of course I'm thinking about it . . . but just the one . . . of course.