I've spent the day with my children and grandchildren at the farm. It was everything a Christmas should be - family, food, laughter , excited little ones and good times. Well, until the goat died, it was all of that. I'll get to the goat later.
My daughter picked up a guitar to sing to one of her nieces ~
That brought my grandson to the piano ~
And that brought more players and singers ~
We all had to laugh ~
When baby joined in by using a cookie tin for a drum ~
Of course, there are chores to be done on the farm and I thought I would take pictures of all the animals with their Christmas treats. The kids had given me a list of appropriate gifts for each type of animal. There are two kittens secreted there tonight in answer to a Santa letter from the kids.
I was getting ready for my photo shoot and noticed the oldest goat wasn't moving. Heck, he wasn't even breathing. I'm pretty sure my brain wasn't firing on all cylinders when I asked my daughter if there was something wrong with her goat. Ummm - I think something wrong is a bit of an understatement!
It's never boring at the farm!
Merry Christmas to everyone! I hope your holiday is everything you hope it to be and all your goats are well!
I'm sharing this with ~
Funky Junk Saturday Night Special
Those are lovely photos of everyone playing along with an instrument! But oop-a-ly....dead goat? Well, that made for an interesting Christmas eve!ReplyDelete
Never a dull moment eh Maureen?! Hahahaha! I'm so happy you all had such a wonderful day! xoReplyDelete
Merry Christmas - sounds like you had a great day, well maybe not the goat. Wishing you all the best for 2012. We're look forward to all the interesting stories you will have for us.ReplyDelete
What an amazing night, except for the goat, you must be so happy to have spent Christmas Eve with your family. Something magical about Christmas.ReplyDelete
Loved the music fest, with baby using a cookie tin for a drum. Goat was a surprise.ReplyDelete
This looks so lovely!ReplyDelete
What a lovely cozy time!ReplyDelete