Chris' coworkers were nice enough to invite us out to check out a farm on the east side of Cleveland. Besides it being FREEZING out - 75 degrees on Thursday and 40 degrees on Saturday - go figure - it was a great farm.
After the last picture is where it started to go down hill - she didn't like the goats eating her clothes and also it was close to feeding time. It was LOUD in there. I have never heard so many sheep and goats baaahing. She got pretty scared at some points.
We went through the horse stalls and I have to admit those were some of the biggest horses I have seen in awhile. Plus, some of them kept kicking the metal stall doors in effort to get fed and Heidi didn't find that so cool. Heck, I even jumped a few times. Luckily one of the helpers thought quickly and took us to see the mini horses so Heidi and our friends kids wouldn't be so scared.
I didn't take a lot of pictures - mainly because Heidi was more timid and not in the picture mood. Maybe this will mean we can avoid petting zoos - fine in my book!
Sunday we found some motivation and started on project one - organize the toys upstairs. Wow that was a feat! Here are some BEFORE pictures...
Heidi was sooo happy and was excited to play with all these toys she hasn't seen or didn't even know she had! Now she is motivated to start downstairs!
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