My baby + red steer = True love 4 ever
We've raised steers throughout our marriage, and the other two children know the routine. We pick out the bull calf that we want to keep, make him into a steer, name him "T-Bone", "Chuck" or some other meat related title, and then we let him graze on grass. Near the end, we put him in a pen to feed him out until he's good and fat. And then we butcher him. My baby has obviously been oblivious to the entire process.
She wants to keep him forever and ever. She has spoken her piece, and as far as she's concerned, the discussion is over.
If she has her way, you're looking at the most expensive pet we've ever owned.