The Perfect Mother

Oct
21


Clover. She had two babies, not one, and she has complete control of them! And I can even pick them up!

Clover: “I’m wonderful. Thank you for noticing.”


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 21, 2010  

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  1. 10-21
    5:14
    pm

    Wonderful photographs! Such a good mom with 2 contented little boys!

  2. 10-21
    5:16
    pm

    Awwww, that first photo is so sweet! Clover, you need to talk to B.P., she needs help, she isn’t as experienced as you.

  3. 10-21
    5:22
    pm

    So, so sweet. :)

  4. 10-21
    5:23
    pm

    How sweet! :heart:

  5. 10-21
    5:28
    pm

    That is so sweet, she is such a good mother! :happyflower:

  6. 10-21
    5:34
    pm

    I think that poor BP is too old to discipline. When we get older we tend to “let things go”, and the children take over… Poor BP. :moo: Maybe we should let Clover take over Glories naughtiness for a bit…

  7. 10-21
    5:38
    pm

    Awww how sweet, she looks so content… :)

  8. 10-21
    5:39
    pm

    Clover is such a good mother! Just look at how those babies love their mama.

  9. 10-21
    6:03
    pm

    When I was twelve my brother and I got goats. We bred them and not long after that we had five baby goats reeking havoc! My goat had twins and my brothers goat had triplets! One of the best memories of my childhood! So happy for your new loves!

  10. 10-21
    6:23
    pm

    Awww, how sweet!

  11. 10-21
    7:01
    pm

    Clover forever looks as tho’ she is smiling. Who is the really good momma here Susanne? I think it may be the one bearing cookies.

  12. 10-21
    7:10
    pm

    All three of them are precious…

  13. 10-21
    7:40
    pm

    Dear Clover
    We all knew that Suzanne hadn’t forgotten you. If you feel like giving a bit of advice to BP I’m sure that she’d REALLY appreciate it!
    :whip:
    (Where’s the goat smilie when I need one?)

  14. 10-21
    7:48
    pm

    Clover!!!! They are so beautiful.

  15. 10-21
    9:43
    pm

    Suzanne, how old will the babies need to be for Clover to be “ok” with their leaving home to start a family of their own?

    judyh

  16. 10-21
    9:56
    pm

    Judy, they could leave her now. (She would cry about it for a few days.)

  17. 10-21
    9:59
    pm

    We had twins as well this year – twin Babydoll sheep that is: http://conniemw.blogspot.com/2010/03/spring-has-sprung.html

    They are so cute and twice as cute in pairs :sheep:

  18. 10-21
    10:12
    pm

    There are those women/nanny goats who are born to be mothers. They breeze through motherhood and all the stresses of the day. They have perfect kids(get it, kids) that behave perfectly and grow up to be responsible adults who serve their community and country well. Good job, Suzanne and Clover!

  19. 10-21
    10:18
    pm

    awww, they love their mama :)

  20. 10-22
    12:28
    am

    Why does the idea of taking her kids away remind me of breaking up families on the slave plantations…

  21. 10-22
    7:26
    am

    We had spring babies this year for the first time..a set of twins and a set of triplets. What a joy it is to watch them grow and learn..kinda like my “kids” lol!

  22. 10-22
    10:02
    am

    awe… goat snuggles

  23. 10-22
    10:14
    am

    I LOVE these photos of Clover and her babies. I hope she can keep her babies for a good long time. I don’t even want to think about Clover crying about anything. :no:

  24. 10-22
    10:32
    am

    Clover is just too cute everytime I see her. Seeing her with the twins just makes ya melt and wanta snuggle up too.

  25. 10-22
    2:04
    pm

    That’s a great Mom!

  26. 10-23
    3:22
    am

    So….are you milking her yet?

  27. 10-23
    10:01
    pm

    OH CLOVER, you did so good. They are such beautiful babies!

  28. 3-4
    1:44
    am

    I know this is an old post but I just have to shout I LOVE Clover!! You can tell she rules the roost, goat house, well probably the whole dang farm. What a hoot! :heart:

  29. 6-2
    9:05
    am

    I LOVE this !

  30. 4-11
    5:20
    pm

    JUST PRECIOUS :snuggle: …..

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