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    05-07-2012, 12:25 PM
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Smile Funny things kids say/do about horses!

So this morning before school I went through my kids school work, doodles of unicorns, diagram of our farm, and then found a handwriting assignment!

In her very best writing she copied Proverbs 10:4:
"Lazy men are soon poor; hard workers get Rick."
(The teacher inked an "h" in red, silly teacher, she got it RIGHT!)


Was grooming her gelding yesterday, her/my old gelding was always pretty proper, never "relaxing". Her first pony was a mare so she really has little experience with those "things". Cowboy was enjoying his rub down and "relaxed"! Kid was staring at it...
Kid: "Mom is that normal?"
ME: "Yep, he's just relaxing."
Kid: "Mom, IT IS NOT NORMAL for their GUTS to hang out!"
ME: "Uhhhhh, well it is for him. Don't worry he'll be ok! LOLOLOL!
Got me a little horse health guru on my hands!

Got any stories?
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    05-07-2012, 04:32 PM
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Bahahahaha

That is to funny... my little nephew was out helping me put eye meds into my mare and after they were in, her eye was a little goopy with all the antiboitics in it...
And he starts screaming "her eye is coming out, her eye is going to fall out..what did we do... long pause.. ok aunt kaity bear don't worry I got it, as he is screaming and jumping around he tries to cover her eye with his hands to catch the eyeball...he swore it was going to fall out... silly boy

He was so serious, I couldn't stop laughing. Eventually I told him its just the meds that made it look like that and they were helping her eye feel better...

Such a protector my nephew is :p
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    05-07-2012, 04:36 PM
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"WHAT DID WE Doooo?" That is so cute, I busted a gut!
     
    05-07-2012, 04:41 PM
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Originally Posted by FlyGap    
"WHAT DID WE Doooo?" That is so cute, I busted a gut!
if you can imagine the cute 3 year old voices that are exagerated that is exactly how he was saying it...i was dieing :)
     
    05-07-2012, 06:04 PM
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I used to ride our mares through a suburban type development that was built outside of town. Although the HOA was not pleased, our rides were very popular with the kids who had never seen horses up close. One Sunday morning during our ride, we stopped for a group of little girls and their parents. Someone always asks whether the horses are girls or boys. As usual, I said they were all girls. One of their mothers that had obviously never seen a horse looked under their bellies and asked how you can tell the difference. I was searching for the right words to use in this crowd of suburban parents and kids when (luckily) her husband said "Honey. You would just know if they were boys." I gave him a silent "thanks" for getting me off the hook.
     

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