Big Baby, Little Baby

Feb
9


Glory Bee is enjoying indulging her curiosity about WHAT has been making all that noise inside the goat house since we let the babies out to romp on the goat house porch. She is very interested in the little bouncing babies. The little bouncing babies aren’t sure what to make of her. She’s an awfully big baby!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 9, 2011  

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  1. 2-9
    3:33
    pm

    Bouncing baby looks like a kitten compared to Miss GB!

  2. 2-9
    3:47
    pm

    I love your stories; thanks so much for sharing them with us. :)

  3. 2-9
    4:58
    pm

    The goats look so small compared to Glory Bee!

  4. 2-9
    5:32
    pm

    Cunning!

  5. 2-9
    6:20
    pm

    Let hope Babies don’t give you the run around like our Darling Glory Bee.
    I still think she has a beautiful face.

  6. 2-9
    7:12
    pm

    OMG! You don’t realize how tiny they are until you have something to compare them too!!

  7. 2-9
    7:55
    pm

    Maybe GB would like to earn extra cookies by babysitting so the goat mommies can go out on the town once in a while?

  8. 2-9
    8:32
    pm

    Glory Bee wants to play and have some fun too! :yes:

  9. 2-10
    7:08
    am

    GB is looking very good. Remember you should breed her when she is about 15 months old….before you know it you can have a lot of milk cows. They are a very hot commodity now if you don’t want to keep her (ha!).

  10. 2-10
    7:56
    am

    Did you ever notice at the play ground, it’s always the biggest most rambunctious children that want to be friends with the littlest ones. You just have to be careful what form that friendship takes. We had to teach even our Sean, (who was not a big kid) “No tackling babies” because he’d run right up to them, fling his arms around them and try to ‘over-hug’. Many a spill in the church nursery before everyone (not just him, we had ‘healthy’ kids at our church) learned their lesson.

  11. 2-10
    10:02
    am

    Glory Bee is looking big these days. maybe it’s just in comparison to the baby goats, but it looks like she’s really sprouted some height over the winter. no matter, she’s still the cutest little Bee ever!!! :airkiss: :airkiss: :airkiss:

  12. 2-10
    12:07
    pm

    A big pretty baby.

  13. 2-19
    11:21
    pm

    Aw, look at GB’s little udderette!

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