Today, we took an excursion on our RV trip to OshKosh. We visited Fair Oaks Farm in Indiana. The visit was so educational and all 15 people in our group thoroughly enjoyed the visit.

The most amazing part of the entire trip was being able to watch the birthing of twin calves. I was originally a bit apprehensive about the questions that might come from Little Buddy in observing this part of life. Then, I decided that we have animals on our farm. So, surely, we could handle questions about a cow’s birth. Oddly enough, his questions were very well asked and were:
– Does it hurt the mother cow?
– When will the baby start walking?
– Since they are twins, why don’t they look alike?

Simple enough to answer. Whew, that bullet was dodged. This time.

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  1. What a neat experience! I grew up with a cow as a pet..crazy, but fun.. and saw her give birth to several babies. It is such a wonderful miracle to witness. I would love for my kids to be able to do the same. We home school also and came across your blog somehow! Look forward to following. Enjoy our RV trip!

  2. Hey Terri! I'm so glad you found us and left a comment! The miracle of the twin cows being born was really a great experience for all of us. We loved the dairy farm and the rest of our RV trip as well.

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