It was a wonderful experience, and I really thought about counting it as our homeschool for the day, but even though it's a good lesson in biology and animal husbandry, it's not going to teach my kids to read. It was a fun break for a while, though!!
We couldn't resist, and it didn't seem to bother her, so the whole family gathered to watch, including two other cats and a BIG dog!
The kids thought it was the neatest thing, (and so did I) but they were more than a little grossed out when the mama cat suddenly began to eat the placenta!
That didn't stop Angel-Leah from getting really up close and personal, though!
My favorite comment came right here, when Angel-Leah saw the baby kitten at it's mothers back legs, and she cried out, "It's trying to go back in!!"
And while we are on the subject of new animals, remember a few posts back when I said I was going to simplify, and not get any more goats? Well...
I didn't mean to tell a lie, but honestly, Utterly Divine Dairy offered me a really good deal, and the third time is the charm, right? We'll see...But for now, anyway, my girls have a new young husband!
I really love spring. It makes even my place look good, big purple castle and all! This is the life...