These pictures/this post was scheduled to be published last October. Somewhere there was a hiccup and it wasn't. I find the pictures too cute not to post now. So here ya go, better late than never.
It's October in Montana which means fall gathering, shipping calves, and working cows. One of my favorite times of the year. I missed out on a lot of gathering and fall work this year because I have a sweet 10 month old baby girl to take care of. Such is life.
Last weekend our good friend was gathering his herd and planning on running his cows through and working them. The forecast called for an unseasonably warm day with no wind. Let me tell ya, no wind in Montana is call for celebration! Big T was at preschool with Grandma scheduled to pick her up. So Baby T and I loaded up and headed out with Big D to go help Uncle Charley. Baby T and I waited as the rest of them gathered the herd. She actually caught a good nap, and I got caught up on some reading.
Then came the sorting and the working and the visiting. So what else was I supposed to do. We backed the pickup up next to the chute, and threw the jumper/exersaucer on the back and Baby T got to take in all the action!
|Checking out the herd.|
|Smiling for mom.|
Some may think it's wrong. I think that there is no such thing as too young! The weather was great, and she was happy! And like it or not this is her life until she is 18 and gone! :) Besides, it's fun to watch all the cowboys (young and old) interact with a baby when the baby is on there turf!