Seriously, Cute Baby Animals
I know that a title like that probably sounds a bit spam-like but I swear it is true! Now, I am not saying it isn’t a tad on the click bait side but who can resist cute baby animals! I know I couldn’t! That is why when I heard an add on the radio that the Centennial Village Museum was bringing back Baby Animal Days, I had to go!
Before I lose you completely to the pictures of the cute baby animals, I want to mention that Baby Animal Days run from now until April 24th, 2022 up in Greeley at the Centennial Village Museum. The hours are 10am – 4pm and admission is $4.
Cute Baby Cow
There was one baby cow on display. I have to say that I probably spent the most time around the cow stall but it is not my fault because I got this look when I was trying to leave.
I mean you try to walk away from eyes like that. At this point I realize I have lost most of you and you are only going to look at the pictures so I can write whatever I want!
The cow was brown. Which means that it will one day provide chocolate mile because we all know that brown cows is where we get chocolate milk!
As I finally walked away I got this look. So sweet and immediately filled me with guilt. Luckily I am a highly trained professional and pulled away to the next cute baby animal.
Cute Baby Sheep
Sheep are so cute and since most of the hiking gear I wear is made of wool, I figured I would show my appreciation.
Apparently the sheep had a really good talent agent because they got the most shade under the tent which made my photographs less good. I yelled at my talent agent about this but since I don’t have one I just yelled into the wind.
Shortly after I took this pictures the sheep sprung to life and began slowly sauntering around the pen. I took a few videos that I will be putting up on my Facebook page so head over there for even more cute baby animal videos!
Cute Baby Goats
Next came the goats and I couldn’t decide if they were cute or not. I do think they looked like a very sad Yoda from the Star Wars movies.
The most adorable thing was definitely how they cuddled up to each other and slept on each others necks for most of the time I was there.
Awwww. So cute. I think, or maybe not? I really have no idea on this one. It feels like it is an all or nothing thing people and I just provide the pictures and let you decide! Is anyone even still reading the words and not just staring at the Cute Baby Animals?
Cute Baby Piglets
Finally I made it over to the cute baby animals, piglet edition! The pigs were definitely the most rambunctious of the animals. They were trying to eat everything. Food, Fingers, each others tails. They were like a two year old just trying to taste everything the world has to offer!
There was a little pink one and a little brown one in the cage together and they were both just as excitable.
If you find these animals cute, please don’t look at my food page for at least a half an hour. Just a small piece of advice for those of you still reading.
It really was nice seeing all the baby animals. They also had baby chickens but they weren’t in that cute phase, but instead the weird alien looking phase in my opinion. I won’t post them on here but you should run up to Greeley and see for yourself!
Centennial Village Museum in Greeley
Centennial Village Museum is a great little spot up in Greeley. It is located at 1475 A Street near the fairgrounds. The museum has a series of homes and buildings that were common throughout the history of the Greeley area.
There is plenty of atmosphere and history to keep both old and young visitors happy and for everyone to learn a bit about the past of this great region. The park isn’t too big and is designed well for strollers with paved paths throughout.
If you are going to the Greeley area and want to learn a little bit about the past this is a perfect week to do it so you can get the added bonus of seeing the baby animals! You can find more information about the Centennial Village on their website or on their Facebook Page.
Now…More Cute Baby Animals
Gallery of Cute Baby Animals
Gallery of Centennial Village Museum
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