LOL. They are all adorbs. #3 is so cute. His ears make it look like he has bed-head.
I think goat kids are born with internal springs in their legs:) the colour of the doeling is really pretty - pity that you're not getting a fleece from them:)I hope they'll grow well - looking forward to a few more kiddy pix:)
Your babies are what pushed me to finally buy your book. Too cute!
Oh my! They are just too cute!
How did you get them to pose like that? I couldn't get mine to be still enough for great pictures like these! They look great.Fern
my daughter wants to come and hug your kids.
Those ears! Can't decide which way to go; so cute.
Oh wow arnt they just the cutest little babies, I would just love to have a little goat.
They looks so cute! Good pose in the last photo!
Whose ears are those? Are Nigerian ears floppy like that and then they stand up like a German Shepherd?
Ya'll, this is my favorite part of homesteading. :)Barb, the floppy ears are from their Kiko dad. What I found last year, was that for 2 of the 3 kids, their ears straightened out as they got older. Zoey has straight ears now, but they're longer than Ziggy's!
Leigh,So precious!!!!And so very playful, they're just so much fun especially at this age.Enjoy your new babies :-)
Just can't get any cuter than that! Healthy baby goats just exude joy and love of life.Nobody else has "popped" yet, huh? I can imagine the circus you're going to have with a whole herd of the little wind-up toys in your goat yard.
Oh my goodness triplets ~ amazing and cute as buttons ! Congrats .
Just too darn cute!
I think this is the cutest goat family I have ever seen
They're gorgeous! Ziggy looks like a very attentive mama.
OMG! The cuteness is killing me!
I LOVE Nigie babies!!! I miss their bounciness. LaManchas are just so laid back!!!
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