"Emmy, where are you going?" "I am going outside mommy to sit on the wheat" it took me a minute to figure it out...she was talking about sitting on the giant straw bales in our back yard.
Last night I took the girls out to the field in our backyard to play with the straw. Emily loved it, in fact she even picked up the straw, throwing it into the air and then picked up a long piece and put it in her mouth. We have not been on a farm where she would have seen that, so that kinda made me wonder.
Sophia just cried and wanted to be held....she heard the tractor reeve up as it was picking up the bales and stacking them on a wagon - from the other side of the field...She cried like a tiger was about to eat her...poor little duckie. I tried to snap a few pics with her in them, but she was so scared, it was hard to leave her there when she was so upset.
Emily on the other hand loved it. At one point she thought the bale might move while sitting on it - "common, give me my ride" she said as she jumped up and down.
When it was time for bed, Sophia could not run fast enough to the deck. Emily stood in the field looking out over the horizon like she was contemplating what crop to plant in the field. When she was done we went in the house and off to bed. Since we are potty training the girls, potty time had to happen before bed. When I helped her out of her undies....a pile of straw fell on the floor and a bunch was still stuck to her belly. It was cute as she picked off the straw and then she put one piece in her mouth, just like a farmer. Sophia was more concerned there was a mess on the floor and "Emmy did it"
She is a farm girl at heart!