Friday, August 9, 2013

A Look Back....

It's hard to believe it's been two years now since we brought
Ginger and MaryAnn home to the farm.


Let's take a quick look back...


It's hard to believe they were ever this tiny!!


Even then they loved a belly rubbin!


I am reposting these pictures because I had a girls' day away in New York City
yesterday.
We got home very late....
with no time to write a new story.

Hope to see you back here on Monday,
and we'll be bringing you more Tails from the Farm!!

12 comments:

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  2. TWO YEARS ALREADY!.. sheesh.

    And I have been surprised at how BIG they actually got. If pigs actually stayed MINI MINI, I'd love to have two around here. Yours are just adorable.. I love their coat hair and coloring.

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  3. Has it been two years already? Mercy!

    I remember the post when y'all were bringing them home and how cute they were. I told my Hubby about them since he loves pigs and wants one some day.

    Sweet girls those two!

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  4. Ahhhhhh, It is hard to believe they were that little!!! I always enjoy looking back! Cute little piggies!!!!

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  5. Two Years! My goodness...fun times fly by so fast. That is about the time I found your blog. I have enjoyed reading all about your farm, you and your family and of course all your pets. Thank you! Have a wonderful weekend. It has been lovely out here in Northern Ca...mid eighties for several days. Very cool in the mornings and evenings.

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  6. Today's post is great! Always nice to see the piggies!

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  7. It's always nice to have a "remember when" post..Hope you had a great time in NYC..

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  8. So cute! I don't know how you resist the temptation to get more piglets.

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  9. Hope you had a fabulous time in NY! Your pigs are adorable. I realize that they are a lot bigger but still just as cute.

    Velva

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  10. such cute little piggies! How old were they when you got them? Do they smell like regular pigs do?

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