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Mini Horses

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LOL -- the "Hi Grandma" threw me. Well, things have a way of happening. Hope things go well for you. We're all here to listen.

Picture must have been from one you were sending TO a grandma. Nice.
 

sumi

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Congrats!
 

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My advice is don't stop at 3. You know that old saying, "Two's company, three's a crowd"? Well...it's an old saying because it's true. I had three boys and regretted stopping at three all these years hence....any two of them at home got along, but as soon as the third came back, FIGHT. Didn't matter what combination of two, they seemed to get along just fine...but add the third and it was constant squabbling and it still is, now that they are grown.

My eldest has two girls and are awaiting the third and then they plan to stop...and I keep telling them they are crazy for not having at least one more. Pairs play WAY better than trios.
 

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I have 4 and it's either a constant fight or a dull roar when they are getting along. My advice would be stop at one. :D
 

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