Arriving 12 days early, Beaumont showed up around 1:00 a.m. last Wednesday morning, born only a few minutes before I arrived for my nightly check. With a heart as big as a wash tub, no, his forehead, he came into the world looking for a heartfelt home.
This was Miss Daisy’s first calf.
WHat a handsome boy he is! I love those patches of white on his body . They look so perfectly “cowboy western” to me.
Good morning Mary Jane ! It is 11:16 am here and the sun is shining and I have wifi for a few moments!! Whoop!
Good morning to you Winnie!!! from the Netherlands. It’s good to hear from you over the miles. I’ll bet you’re also bringing smiles to people there.
A heart on his forehead, how perfectly ” cunning” as the British say for “absolutely dear or darling ” . I just adore his dear little face already full of love ( so to speak). I bet Miss Daisy is so proud of her baby boy! Thanks, MJ for sharing these newborn photos with all of us. New babies are truly the harbinger of spring.
What a cutie! Love the heart!
This calf is beautiful.
I just adore Jersey cows/calves but my true heart belongs to horses. Since I don’t know when (perhaps in the womb I was drawing pictures on the wall) I have loved them, any size, shape, color, and continue to do so today at age 72. Well, Zenyatta is a retired race horse owned by Ann and Jerry Moss, and this past Easter Sunday she delivered her 3rd foal, a filly just after midnight so she truly came in the Easter Bunnys’ basket, though it was a really large basket. Keep up the good work, Raisin’ Jane.
Congratulations – he’s beautiful!