Suspiciously Quiet

May
25


I’m crossing my fingers and really believing Clover is pregnant this time. She’s been suspiciously calm and quiet since she made her porn movie.


I’m not sure about this one. Nutmeg is inscrutable and rotund. By the looks of her, I think she’s been pregnant for about a year now.

Which is worrisome!

Yogurt in cornbread?? See Sweet, Sweet Cornbread at Farm Bell Recipes today.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 25, 2010  

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  1. 5-25
    4:06
    am

    Animal health care is nerve-wracking. I get paranoid whenever my animals start acting weird……..I hope your cute goatsicles are okay!!

  2. 5-25
    5:57
    am

    Fingers crossed for Clover! Nutmeg, too! What in the world are you going to do if you have to MILK 3 animals??!?!?!?!??!

  3. 5-25
    6:04
    am

    Hope both goats are pregnant. I know how frustrating it is when animals don’t do what they are supposed to. Like why don’t my chickens set?

  4. 5-25
    6:57
    am

    This gives me flashbacks to the times when our babies were too young to talk and couldn’t tell us what was wrong or what hurt. I hope it all turns out alright. That Nutmeg is such an enigma.

  5. 5-25
    7:49
    am

    Lay your hand on her right side near her back flank and backbone. You might just feel the kids rolling around. The Left side is their rumanent.

  6. 5-25
    12:27
    pm

    LOL I just watched Clovers Porn Post….that girl has got to be pregnant after all that! Good luck…I’ll be watching to see what happens. Chic :hungry2:

  7. 5-25
    8:07
    pm

    We’re all hopin’. :happyfeet:

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