I scrolled right to commenting (: you are SO brave to do this!
Oh yah, you are a good momma. I think I would have found an excuse not to take care of Mikell. :-DI bet your son was in heaven all break long. Lisa @ Life Thru the Lens www.lisakerner-slp.com
Snakes are not my favourite, particularly being on the farm with red-belly blacks etc., However am glad you had a nice snake to look after.
Great photo of that snake curled up in a wooden? bowl. I used to have a snake. Feeding was always a love/hate reality.
Yikes, I am scared of snakes.Worth a Thousand Words
Our daughter had a snake, in german it's called Kornnatter. Maybey in english : Grain natter?I don't know, but the feeding-photo i must think at her snake.Greetings from GermanyKirsi
That is definitely an unusual Christmas visitorMollyxxx
I'm not much into snakes. I used to find their skins in Albuquerque, New Mexico when I was a kid on the mesa. Now I think back and shiver because I was in danger out there playing alone or with friends by rattlesnakes. You have a knack for shooting up-close-and-personal shots of this snake. Good job!
Wow, lucky you! Seriously, I think it's great that your kids are growing up in a home where nobody runs screaming from a snake. And this one is beautiful.( As a mom , grandmother, and great grandmother, I've handled , fed and loved quite a variety of creepy crawlers and haven't screamed yet.). The title of your post is perfect!
Great learning experience for the children ~ great shots too ~ Wishing you a lovely week ~ ^_^
I always tell my neighbors when they eventually find a snake around their home, to love them! They eat large bugs and rats! I did have to fish a 4 footer out of our pool a few years back....what I wouldn't do for a film of that!! LOL.This is my first time visiting your blog and hope you will visit mine also as I am newly back into blogging after taking a break to raise my little ones (now about the same age as yours) and would love some comments and follows too ;)Hope to see you soon.- Lisa
When I was in elementary school we had a school snake. It was kept in the lobby so everyone could see it. When it was feeding time, there were rows of excited kids (myself included) crowded in front to watch it feed.I am glad it kept you entertained.
Oh goodness, that was something. - I'm not really afraid of snakes but I'm glad that the mice were dead and not alive. Don't think I could handle that.
So you had Mikell in your house over the holidays? That's so cool!
I've never had much to do with snakes and, of course, there are none in New Zealand. What a fun way to get to know him!
I've touched and held small snakes before but I wouldn't want one in my house. You're braver than me
Oh my I'm not sure I like watching a mouse being eaten like that but nature is nature.
Blimey I wouldn't been keen if my girls had to bring that homeThank you for linking up
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