Nothing Says Fall Around Here Like a Wooly Bear Caterpillar

 

Brent and the Wooly Bear

 

Brent and the Wooly Bear Pic 2

 

Brent and the Wooly Bear pic 3

 

Wooly Bears usually curl up into a ball when you pick them up and they are frightened. After this Wooly Bear had been visiting for two hours or so and moved over to a McMansion ( from his starter home in the above picture ) he ceased to curl up and was quite used to us, crawling everywhere quite happily including on us. Yes he was released later on, much to his relief I am sure. The good news is that despite what the Farmer’s Almanac predicted, according to the Wooly Bear, winter will just be average this year :)

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21 Responses to Nothing Says Fall Around Here Like a Wooly Bear Caterpillar

  1. I have always loved them! I still love them.

  2. He seems so curious and very much interested in watching it!

  3. love those little shoes without laces : ) sweet photos.

  4. Beverly says:

    Lovely photos of a little ones curiosity! Thankful to hear an average winter is predicted….by Mr. Wooly Bear. :)

  5. Maggid says:

    Oh! What great photos.
    I never realized a caterpillar would relax and be comfortable with a human – now, that’s wonderful.
    I remember them from my own childhood . . . but only watched, as I was instructed to do.

    I prefer your idea about this winter . . .

    Happy Friday!

  6. Viv says:

    I love the complete concentration little children have. Have a great weekend..

  7. Thank you for an average winter, Mr. Wooly Bear! ;)

    Little boys + nature = priceless!

    Love, Joy
    Yesterfood

  8. carol says:

    Gorgeous photos and post ~ That ‘little man’ is so adorable ~ carol ^_^

  9. Joyce says:

    Love that cuddly little bug! – oh, and the brown wooly one too! :)

  10. Amy says:

    Such adorable photos!

  11. Ann says:

    Darling photos…and I’m happy to hear the good weather prediction!

  12. I’ve heard that you can tell by the width of the stripe how bad winter will be. Brrr…

    Jen

  13. Grandma Kc says:

    What sweet pictures of Brent! A little boy and a caterpillar equals hours of fun for YOU!!

  14. Such adorable photos…I just ooohed and ahhhed over each one…so cute!

  15. Carol Covin says:

    I love that you were able to teach both of the little ones to be comfortable with each other!

  16. He is so darling! And brave to touch the “pillowcase”, as my Mom always told people I called him when I was his age!

  17. How cute , this is precious. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  18. Nancy says:

    Adorable lil’ guy discovering nature… :)

  19. QMM says:

    Every one is talking about them in my neck of the woods. I have not seen a single one. I bet that is because I have not been looking. I love the shots of the little boy, your grandson? Wish I could get down close to the ground like that. Visiting from Grandmas Briefs.

  20. Sandi says:

    So cute! Reminds me of my son when he was a little guy. He was curious about all critters and his son is taking after him. Thanks for sharing at my HOME.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

  21. Jann Olson says:

    Oh how I hope the Wooly Bear is right! Not looking forward to a cold winter. I love how intrigued little guy is. So, so cute Debra! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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