A goat squeezing through a fence

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My daughter, age two, can whistle and has been using sentences for at least 6 months.  Today, my goats broke a fence panel down and escaped.  After I got them in, I found myself in the foolish position of holding up the panel, and the goats in, without means to fasten it.  Kate was standing some distance away, crying about her cold, wet hands.  I called to her and asked her to go look in my milk supply tote, and get me two clips.  She stopped crying and went over to the tote.  She held up a clip and said “These?”  I said yes two of them. She reached in and grabbed another and brought them both to me, saving me the effort of dropping the panel and starting over rounding up the goats.

Did I mention she is two?

   
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