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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Goateriffic

First of all, thanks for all the sweet comments and love on both the book and the new pattern. Visit Hollie's blog for lots on the Picnic in the Park Quilt. And don't forget Kat's giveaway!

It's been so busy here with news and whatnot to tell you that I haven't even had time to show you our new babies.
 Here is Anna's bottle calf Rosie. She is very tame and takes her bottles really well twice a day.
 Emilie's calf Flowers is finally getting used to the bottle but she uses a little goat nipple instead of a calf nipple.
 Nathan named his calf Bucker. He took a little while to learn but is doing much better.
And Nathan also has two baby goats, which he has named Goater and Goateriffic. Hee hee. Little boys and their names.

Love,
xoxo

2 comments :

sandyb said...

Oh my, I just love your goats - we had a boar goat that looked like yours - his name was Bruce and he thought he was a dog. He got up to 300 pounds and still thought he was a dog. Your post brought back to many memories. My daughters had so much fun with him. Great post. The children are so sweet!

Thank you

sandy

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

That little calf is really sweet. I don't know much about cows. I know some breeds are naturally tiny. Will this one stay "small" or will it become a regular full-sized bovine? :) :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :) :) :)

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