It’s a Big, Big World!

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18


Fanta’s two babies, at the gate of the goat house, wondering about the big, big world outside. (It’s FULL of giant animals and all sorts of interesting sounds and smells!)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 18, 2011  

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  1. 1-18
    2:09
    pm

    OMG! Could they be any cuter????

  2. 1-18
    2:11
    pm

    There are days when I want your life – but then I remember that I am not spring chicken anymore.
    So, thank you for providing me with another life thru your blog and wonderful pix.
    Such cutie pies!

  3. 1-18
    2:20
    pm

    I remember the little ones first few days and the giant hawks flying overhead when they spotted them outside of the barn! Yikes..It’s a big scary world out there!!!!

  4. 1-18
    2:22
    pm

    :snoopy: Goat babies are so darn cute! I can’t wait for our next ones. My precious Annie is due next month… sometimes those 5 months take FOREVER!!!!!
    Oh and Annie is just like your Fanta.. she doesn’t make a noise while kidding. The big stinker kidded last year for me while I was standing in the barn (less then 10 feet away) tending rabbits. I didn’t hear one peep from her.

  5. 1-18
    2:46
    pm

    They’ll be joining in before they know it.

  6. 1-18
    2:57
    pm

    I had to laugh at myself today going down the grocery aisle to get my Cherry Coke Zero. I was looking at all the sodas thinking of names for the goat babies!!! You just about have them all covered! But I did think Sierra (Mist) and Sunkist would be good girl names!

  7. 1-18
    3:28
    pm

    Do you think that goats and cats would get along? Cause now I really want a goat baby. Only problem is she’d have to live in the house. But the good thing is my very demanding, bossy, milkaholic cat would have a live in milk machine!

  8. 1-18
    3:31
    pm

    Love their tiny little selves. :) I don’t know how they stay so clean. Guess Fanta’s been a good mom…

  9. 1-18
    3:40
    pm

    Those little guys are adorable! I would love to have goats…maybe someday!

  10. 1-18
    3:40
    pm

    AWWWWW.

  11. 1-18
    3:46
    pm

    The goats and cats get along fine!

  12. 1-18
    5:42
    pm

    sweet little peas :hug: :snoopy: :heart:

  13. 1-18
    6:04
    pm

    Barely able to contain my joy when I see them.

  14. 1-18
    6:44
    pm

    OH. MY. GOODNESS.
    I ma smiling from ear to ear!
    They are so dang cute!

  15. 1-18
    8:13
    pm

    Are these new babies?? Hmm don’t remember when Fanta had babies. BTW Suzanne – do goats have more than one baby at a time? Someone at work told me that goats never have more than one baby – somehow that doesn’t sound correct to me – couldn’t they have twins or something?

  16. 1-18
    8:20
    pm

    Brenda, goats can have one, two, or three babies usually!

  17. 1-18
    9:22
    pm

    Are the new babies male or female?? So dang cute, especially the brown one… I love it’s ears…..

  18. 1-18
    10:20
    pm

    Simply WAY too cute!

    Blessings from Ohio…Kim<

  19. 1-19
    9:52
    pm

    they are so tiny!!! and adorable too. :heart: :heart: :heart:

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