Bottles (and Buckets) for Baby


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So Jo and Blue weren’t going to be re-introduced. Deciding to go this route was the easy part, and I think all parties–especially Blue and Jo–were happy with the choice.

But actually following this course, I soon realized, was going to be a challenge. Jo’s Magic had stolen her last drink from her dam. Whatever the future held–whether or not we could get Hermione to produce milk–the next couple of weeks would continue to rotate around those every-other-hour trips to the barn. That little filly might be only a couple of days old, but she was going to have an appetite likeÉ well, like a racehorse.

Jo's formula bucket

Attempts to bottle-feed the filly weren’t successful. She took to the bucket pretty quickly, though

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