Sunday, February 21, 2010

Wet Behind the Ears

This is my first attempt at adding a video to the blog, so you may have to bear with me. It's a little dark, and a little long, and there's some annoying shaky parts where I was walking around. It was taken about half and hour after the first calf was born. The second calf was about twice as old. Amazing little buggers.

12 comments:

Chumplet - Sandra Cormier said...

It must be spring!!!

TrishaleighKC said...

OMG How adorable are they! Thanks for the peek, says the city girl :).

Crystal Posey said...

AAAAAAAAAAAWE!

*applause* <---- That's for the video stuffing.

Arkansascyndi said...

Good job! Cute babies. Loved mommy licking her new baby. So sweet.

Carol said...

You did well... I managed to talk through all my calving videos! I'm determined to get one where the cows are talking their "meh" baby talk to their calves... I love that...

Marcia said...

Very good! The momma cows were sure keeping an eye on you! Looks a bit chilly there - cow breath and all. Marcia/WY

Bill Kirton said...

It's one of those times when an over-used and always wrongly-used word is appropriate - awesome.

Deb Vlock said...

Love this, Kari. Cows really are lovely creatures. Renews my (failed) determination to become a vegetarian.

Linda G. said...

It has to be a shock to your system, being ejected from a nice, warm womb into a cold, harsh world. Mamas & babies seem to be taking it right in stride, though. Ain't Mother Nature grand?

Thanks for sharing this peek into ranch life. :)

Weekend Cowgirl said...

Aww, nothing is sweeter. Love the video!

Elisabeth Black said...

Wuv the babies. Aw. We used to have goat babies and lambs when I was growing up. I miss it so much.

Those mamas don't think much of you poking around with your camera, do they? :)

Anita said...

Congratulations on your first video blog, probably the first of many more to come. You have so much to share of life in Montana. :)