Daddy Stanley seeing what his son, Aidan, is up to.
There are two baby llamas on the Fat Ewe Farm, an appaloosa boy and a fawn girl. They will be going to live with my cousin Barb and her daughter Aidan, whom Aidan was named after. Aidan, the human, wants to teach Aidan, the llama, to be a pack llama and possibly pull a cart. He is the perfect fit for that too, because he is so friendly and gentle. The llama babies are growing and are out in the pasture with the grown ups now, and the horses, but unfortunately for some strange reason, the colt has nibbled the ear tips off the fawn baby, Jeanette. She is still beautiful. They were enjoying the cooler weather today and Aidan was showing off to Jeanette by climbing up on the bales. She was amused and came to see him, but did not follow him up so high. His daddy, Stanley, was also curious and said hello to Aidan up there. Llamas are among the sweetest, friendliest and pleasant animals I have ever known. Yes, they spit at each other, but they have never spit at me or even so much as laid their ears back to me. We are buds!
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