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Clumping Time


Baby Maia had a bath this morning–she gets dried milk on her face and poop on her butt, so she needs washed up and there’s no mama to lick it. I stop short at licking farm babies. Barely. Sometimes I want to. I’M JUST KIDDING! Then we had clumping time. Goats are clumpers. They love to sit next to and practically on top of each other. Maia doesn’t have any goats to clump with, so I clump with her. We sit in the rocking recliner and rock and…..clump.

Not a bad way to pass some time, I gotta say! Goats are smart!

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