She’s a Pony Girl…


I don’t like animals bigger than me, I feel un-settled when they stare at me. So it’s with great joy that I discover that Fifi is naturally inclined towards Pony’s. She loves them on the television, she loves them in real life. She just loves pony’s and horses. I’ve not been horse-riding but my horsey friend tells me that they can start as young as two or three. I don’t think so. I’m not even sure about horsey activities at say 14; the cost, the danger, the parenting sacrifice.

Shall I remove the My Little Pony’s that I gave her? A remnant of my childhood, I think she may be rather too fond of them…

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  1. Mike1727 3rd December 2010 / 12:39 pm

    We&#39;re getting my daughter riding lessons for her birthday. She had a go at the Oaklands Open day and loved it, huge smile on her face!<br /><br />We approach riding with a dread of excess cost, however. Once kids are a bit older they can muck out/do odd jobs at stables in return for free rides. I&#39;m not sure 7 counts as a bit older, though…

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