Warning: Do Not Feed The Goats Your Jogging Stroller
2 years, 9 months.
Though you’ve pretty much memorized the entire layout of the Nashville Zoo since we bought our family season pass several months ago, it wasn’t until yesterday that we actually bothered to check out the petting zoo area.
I was really surprised when you wanted me to unstrap you from the jogging stroller and even more surprised when you actually wanted to pet the goats with the brushes the zoo provides.
It’s just that I figured you’d probably be a little freaked out by the goats, the way you are fascinated by dogs from afar, then shy away once you actually get close to one.
But no, you totally petted the goats and they were totally cool with you doing so.
The only problem was, the goats were a little too friendly. They really made themselves at home.
Actually, it’s their home, so…
I wasn’t too surprised when we got back to our jogging stroller to learn that one of the goats had finished off your Clif Kid Zbar snack.
He was aiming to get your water bottle but you stood your ground.
However, that didn’t stop another one of the goats from licking off the spilled water on the stroller, leading him to chewing and tasting the stroller itself.
Then he ate a Starbucks napkin you had been using as well.
Lucky for us, we only paid about 20 bucks for that jogging stroller off of Craig’s List. And amazingly, even after the goat taste-tested it yesterday, I didn’t even see any teeth marks or rips in the fabric.
So perhaps you have mixed feelings about the goats:
The good news is, they’re very friendly.
The bad news is, they’re very friendly.
Between the hungry goats and the mutant giraffe man we met yesterday at the zoo, I’d say we had some serious father-son bonding time.
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