Wednesday, December 9, 2009

I INTERUPT THE REST OF THE GLAVESTON STORY FOR A NEWS BREAK!/ OUTDOOR WEDNESDAY

 

outdoor wedasoutherndaydreamer It has been a while since I participated in this day, but thanks to Susan @ A Southern Day Dreamer for hosting this day.  Be sure and check out the rest of the bloggers showing today.

LOOK WHAT WE FOUND IN THE PASTURE!

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This Nannie had two, but the other one was under the feeder and I could not get a picture.

There is also one Big baby, but it was with its mother in the back of the shed.

Total 5…..they all seem to be doing well.  I think three for sure are girls.   Don’t have names yet until I am sure what they are.

Happy Wednesday!

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18 comments:

Darla said...

HOw cute is this? VERY!

Hootin' Anni said...

Oh my gosh....so so darling!!!!

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Stacey said...

How precious they are. What a sweet Christmas gift. :)

Joops said...

Whoa, you will be very busy with these new babies. Thanks for coming by and for following, following you now too.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I think they are so cute. I hope things go much better this time. I know you raise them for meat...so, how do you not fall in love with them?

Sue

SmilingSally said...

Now, I've heard of finding babies under a cabbage leaf, but I've never heard of finding a baby goat! LOL

Shelia said...

Congratulations on all these littel babies. These little goats are just the most precious little things!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia;O

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

Awwww, such cute babies...so glad they are doing well and hope you get pictures of the other new ones soon.
Blessing to you and yours.
Molly

Rhonda @ Shellbelle's Tiki Hut said...

Thank goodness! As I read your post title they came on the news and announced an explosion at an industrial plant in Houston and I thought maybe that's what you were posting. I like your news MUCH better!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Completely and "udderly" adorable, Karen! Babies are the best kind of surprise. I love seeing these precious babies and their Mama. Thanks so much for this...

Happy OW to you!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Gwendolyn said...

These little guys are soooooo cute. I used to have some goats and they were very amusing to watch while they played with each other. Thanks for sharing.

Mary said...

There is something so sweet are babies of any type - well, maybe not snakes or lizzards:-). I loved your post today. Have a great Outdoor Wednesday.

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

What a delightful post!!

I think you should hold a contest naming the babies :)

Would be such fun!

TTFN~~Claudia

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

OMG I LOVE THEM!!!!So cute!
~Debra
blog: The capers of the vintage vixens

LV said...

I think this is just darling. Even baby goats can be cute. I know you are pleased.

eileeninmd said...

They are adorable, so cute! Great photos of the goats.

Vicki said...

Oh, Barbara, those babies are so cute!! I would love to live out in the country and have farm animals. I am also a Central Texas gal. If I had a ranch or farm, I would have a Texas longhorn for sure. I hope you are having a beautiful week!! Many blessings to you! Vicki

Sarah said...

Barbara, what a precious little baby. And just in time for Christmas! Perfect Outdoor Wednesday. I'm still smiling! ~ sarah