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….a gingerbread cookie.


Even if you have to share it.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 17, 2010  

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  1. 1-17
    4:38
    am

    They are so adorable. I can’t wait for better weather so I can go out and spend more time with mine.

  2. 1-17
    7:42
    am

    They have come a long ways……..sharing a cookie! Awwww……

  3. 1-17
    8:34
    am

    How precious they are getting their cookie:)

  4. 1-17
    8:46
    am

    lucky little critters :sheepjump:

  5. 1-17
    9:33
    am

    Omg,they are the cutest ever!!Ijust want to kiss them on their noses.Being able to have animals is wonderful,Ilive in a condo so I am only able to have two small dogs,which I love to death,but I would love to be able to have other animals around if I were able too.Iknow yours get alot of love!!!

  6. 1-17
    10:27
    am

    Yes, I want to kiss them too. They seem to looove your cookies, you keep them happy that’s so nice to see. Love your website! :shimmy:

  7. 1-17
    11:00
    am

    Yummmmm…wish I was there to get a gingerbread cookie too!!!!

  8. 1-17
    11:02
    am

    I love goats! What cute faces they have.

    Deb

  9. 1-17
    11:58
    am

    So, you are feeding them with your left hand, so your right hand can take the picture….oh, my!…tricky. I love the picture; hope Pokey a cookie too.

  10. 1-17
    12:14
    pm

    oh, those faces! You are so blessed to have such wonderful critters to love and care for, and they love you too! :heart:

  11. 1-17
    12:59
    pm

    Where’s Mr Pibb? I see Pokey in the back just waiting for those goats to get out of her way! :devil2:

  12. 1-17
    4:26
    pm

    A beautiful Rainbow of Goats.

    http://www.tailgait.blogspot.com

  13. 1-18
    12:15
    pm

    I can never grow from seed either, they always get leggy too. Do you really think the cat knocked it over or the wind? Well, try and try again! :wave:

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