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Nutmeg is pregnant!

And so is Clover!

Mother and daughter are enjoying being pregnant together. They knit blankets, shop for onesies, and fight over baby names and who screams the loudest during birthing! I hope they don’t deliver the same day–there’ll be a smackdown!

I suspect they are both due around the end of September/early October timeframe. After all, Nutmeg is nowhere close to blowing up yet, so it can’t be too soon. But I could be wrong. (I USUALLY AM.) Sprite is pregnant, too. It’s going to be a fall full of goat babies here!

In other news: Now’s the time if you’re interested in sponsoring the CITR Retreat 2012 by donating giveaway/door prize items for retreat attendees! Examples of sponsor donations last year included country living, cooking, crafting books, handmade craft items, gadgets, and more, so if you’ve got something to donate, please contact me at [email protected] If you have a website, blog, etsy shop, etc, it’s a great way to get a little promotion. If you donate $100 in value, you will become one of our super sponsors and your name or business name and your website/blog/etsy/etc address will be printed in the workbook given to all attendees. (To participate, you don’t have to donate $100 in value, that’s just for super sponsors.)

The retreat is coming up fast–two more weeks!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 31, 2012  

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  1. 8-31

    I have visions of adorable baby goats with that beautiful golden colouring and danglies! *Swoon*

  2. 8-31

    Awe, does this make you a “memaw” ???? hee hee

  3. 9-1

    Congrats to all the goaty ladies!

  4. 9-1

    Ginger and Snickers will be happy to have some new cousins.

    Eeek only two weeks, I need to finish getting organized!!!!

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