Who Else Has Oopsie Babies

13 Dec

Saturday morning I was happy to see Dolly was hanging out with Xerxes.  That means Zeus did not manage to breed her.

Dolly and Xerxes

I did have to give the rest of my old ladies shots.  There’s just no way those old girls could handle kidding again.

“Who are you calling old, Lady?” -Stormy

I do believe however, that we will have quite a few babies spread out.  I haven’t seen Bambi come back into heat.

Bambi

I think Cinnamon settled.

Cinnamon

I also think Astra, Hera, Daisy, Cupid, Sidney and LilyAnn have settled.  It will be one long, drawn out affair having kids this year.

3 Responses to “Who Else Has Oopsie Babies”

  1. janicead December 13, 2019 at 10:28 pm #

    In early spring of 1954 my family was gathered in the living room of our farm house. Mom sat with the most sour look on her face, arms crossed across her chest. Her sister was in the room as well as Granny Chandler and my two older sisters. Daddy was there almost growling as Mom said the rabbit died. Daddy said he would like to hurt the doctor. My aunt said, “Why, Arleigh, it’s not his fault.” Daddy then said he would have given $1000 if that (Mom getting pregnant) had not happened. Momma would be 36 and Daddy would be 40 when the $1000 baby was born in December of that year. That baby turned out to be their primary caretaker in the last 15 years of their lives. Daddy once commented he thought she was worth about a million dollars. Pretty good return on an accident. Hope your oopsie babies bring you as much return.

    • Teresa December 13, 2019 at 10:55 pm #

      What a great story!

  2. Jeanne December 14, 2019 at 7:55 pm #

    Oh my! That really was a great story!
    Teresa, I really hope you don’t have too much trouble with kidding this spring!

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