Authentic Compassion

Friday, March 13, 2009

Return of a welcome visitor

You may recall the bathtub inspector who gives joy to our hearts and smiles all around. His mom (also know as chauffeur/playdate scheduler) said he liked baby goats at the stock show last month but didn't enjoy the crowds and noise. We have lots of baby goats, no crowds and not much noise so he was invited to Buhlaland to mingle with baby goats. The goat mingling didn't last too long - Crybaby checked on little boy fingers to see if they were edible. Mom had to take his hand and suggest other things to do (not heading in best direction at that moment) and he felt she wasn't correct. He spied the dwarf peach tree in full bloom and became the peach tree inspector. He also discovered - when you pull OFF the little flowers - they won't stick back ON no matter how you hold your mouth. Oh well - no problem - throw down the flowers (and ignore Mom and that other woman who are laughing for no apparent reason) and keep on running - places to go and things to do!















We love having visitors on Buhlaland and our inspector of bathtubs, goat babies and peach trees is welcome any time!
Psalm 127:3 Sons are a heritage from the LORD, children a reward from him.

9 comments:

Momma Rae and the Deputy said...

aw. I love lil one pics!! oh so do :)

Lanny said...

He is just a cutie. I love it when children respond to adults laughing at them. It makes us laugh even harder doesn't it? It isn't mean, really it isn't, and I wonder if we make God laugh at us in that same good natured lovefilled way that only He could really do so very much better. Is my thought as clear as pea soup yet?

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Sophie said...

Precious! Aren't little ones the BEST??

teamwilhite said...

He's a keeper...I love the verse!

KathyB. said...

What fun for him and you all. And your peach trees, in bloom, and so beautifully in bloom!

Isn't that the way little boys seem to gather and absorb new thoughts though? On the run !

Anna Colleen said...

To cute and to funny

From Kathleen at Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Oh, I would love to have little visitors like this as well! So precious! blessings,Kathleen

Sand Flat Farm said...

What a cutie! I bet those goats loved nibbling on those chubby little sweet fingers!