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Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

Posted by oreos-mom (My Page) on
Sat, May 1, 10 at 14:16

Thought you might get a kick out of seeing this. This is my 9 month old DGS sitting on Oreo. I don't know of too many 2 year old stallions that would just lie there and let a squirmy baby romp around on them, especially when they're lying down. The Paso Finos have the most remarkable attitude !
Susan

Jace and Oreo


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

OMGOSH, what a totally adorable pair you have! TFS.
I can just imagine all the photos to come as they grow up together. Hope I get to see them too ;o).

You lucky woman, thanks for sharing. I love the picture!
hugs, Karen


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

This is a fun picture, Susan. Love the look on DGS face. Looks like Oreo needs to start eating more, way to thin.

Punk


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

Susan, your gson is adorable!


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

Great that you are getting the little one used to horses at an early age--bet he will really love them as he gets older. He's a cutie, and it's wonderful that Oreo is patient and doesn't mind. Luvs


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

Gene Autry would approve of this picture. :-) Ride 'em cowboy!


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

OM...so-o-o-o sweet & blessings galore! You're a lucky woman! TFS! Jeanne S.


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

What a precious picture..your Gson is adorable!
Enjoy him...they grow so fast.

jane


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

Tooooo cute!! You have a 4 legged babysitter :^)
Thanks for posting!


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RE: Karen: OT - Jace and Oreo

Thank you all for your sweet comments :>)
I AM blessed and my babies remind me of that when I'm having my own personal pity party .. lol.

Susan


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