The BEST part of the pumpkin patch was getting to see all the farm animals. They don’t have an actual petting zoo, but they do have quite a few beasts that you can get really close to. And I think that was just fine for Piper.
First she saw the giant Clydesdale horses. I wasn’t too sure what she’d think about them, being so big and all (the first time our dogs saw horses, I could hear them saying “Oh my gosh- those are the biggest dogs I’ve ever seen…” I’m pretty sure Piper shared that sentiment), so we watched from a distance for a second first.
Then she started pointing and leading me up to them.
The absolutely, hands-down, unequivocal best part, though, was the goats.
That’s right folks- the goats. The kid’s got <ahem> taste. She talked, squawked, and squealed at them. Even when we had finished and were a good 40 feet away.
She’s hoping that these pictures will encourage her grandparents, who live on a farm, to buy her one (to keep there, of course. Oh, please, to keep there). Christmas is coming, after all.