Wednesday, December 23, 2015

It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year!

There is nothing quite like Christmas in the barnyard.
All of the animals are buzzing with excitement...
talk of Santa and his reindeer is heard for days before the big event.

Annie looks a little like the Grinch's dog!
Each and every one of the animals knows that special treats await them
during this wonderful season!


And there is nothing they like better than dressing up.


It's quite a process...


picking out their Christmas attire.


So much to choose from....



At first the jingle bells seem a little scary.


But after a few moments, curiosity takes over and the costumes start flying!


Without a mirror to view themselves,
they are all heard shouting "How's this look?" over one another.


Eventually, they each try on several and swap them for their favorite...


and after just a little bickering...
everyone has the perfect outfit to wear.


If you listen closely to the disguise of braying and neighing, you will hear
the teasing and laughter and gleeful banter that might otherwise go un-noticed.


Dressed and ready to party, they await their special treats of apples and carrots.


And if I know these two, a couple of carrots will be put away for Santa's reindeer, too.
Daphne and Chloe are always willing to share!

8 comments:

daisy g said...

I think they deserve treats for dressing up! ;0D
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night...

baili said...

liked those pic you must be having lots of fun to dress them like this and thanks for sharing funny stuff too best wishes

colleen said...

I'm not sure Annie is going to make the cut for Santa's helper....I think you best explain her role to her....before it's too late!

colleen said...

I'm not sure Annie is going to make the cut for Santa's helper....I think you best explain her role to her....before it's too late!

Missy George said...

Annie needs to get into the spirit of things. The equines look very festive. Love the Littles! You had as much fun as they did I'm sure. Enjoy!

Dawn McHugh said...

I did think of Christmas costumes for the Alpacas but I dont think they would play nicely, you animals a lovely hope they all have a lovely christmas :-)

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Those candy cane antlers are TOO funny!

Jeri Landers said...

My sheep ate the reindeer antlers... oh well. Merry Christmas Beverly, to you and ALL of yours!

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