Sunday, July 12, 2009


On a recent trip to my parents house, I had left Evelyn outside in the back yard for literally one minute, only to come back out and find that she had disappeared.

Following the sounds of little voices and squeals of delight, I went behind my dad's wood shop and found this:

I quickly found out what all the squealing was about. Every time the horse would go to take Evelyn's grass with his big ol' wet lips, she would squeal, and laugh and let go of the grass before those lips could get her fingers.

I think I need to show Evelyn a re-run of Mr. Ed. She would appreciate his lips.


Lindsay said...

:) Oh the Joys.

Nicole Williams said...


The Lane Family said...

I love your blog it is so amazing and so neat. I really enjoy the photo of your parents, what a neat tribute.

I am so sorry about your mother-in-law and I know how that changes your family forever.

I also know so well the challenges of PCOS and insulin resistance and I am so sorry that you have had to deal with these and with the heartache of loss as well.

Your children are so cute and you sound like an amazing mom. I am so glad that we found each other through facebook.

LGH said...

Natalie, this post about your daughter and the horse is absolutely delightful. Thanks for sharing this special moment in time.