Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Llama Llama Red Mama

My 4 year old's preschool class recently had a field trip to a miniature Llama farm, about 15 minutes away from the school.

It was the BEST. This was our second time there as they did it the previous year.

I used to have a University Professor (you know who you are) that was obsessed with Llamas. I didn't get it until after I attended this farm, and learning more about them.

Llamas are "freaky looking" - as quoted by another parent who was in attendance, but they are also pretty darn cool.

Posers :P
Lavinia, one of the owners of Millstream Miniature Llamas (the farm we went to) was wonderful in explaining to the preschool group where Llamas come from, what they normally eat, and how they behave in social situations. Even my 2 year old tagged along and kept pointing at the Llamas saying "oooh! Llama!"

The face of joy from my Sarah
Last year my girl wouldn't even feed the Llamas!
It was not only a fun outing, but I also got to get to know more of Rachel's preschool friends and their parents, a couple who did not know that I had a hearing loss. Below is a priceless shot I captured from two young ladies entering Kindergarten this year - and hopefully they'll remain friends for a long, long time! 

Em and Rachel were doing this half the time!
The outing also led to a VERY random photo captured by one of the other moms (again, you know who you are...)! Below is a photo that shows what a mom's face looks like when your kids don't want to leave the Llama farm!

Don't worry, I laughed after seeing this. Someone caption this!
And yes, in case you were wondering: we have read all the Llama Llama Red Pajama books! :)

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