Jessie's twins were born February 10th.
|This is Jessie's Beau. For some reason that old oak stump in the|
goat yard is one of the first things all the kids want to nibble on.
|The circles on the top of his head are from being disbudded.|
|Beau's twin sister Ellie|
|Ellie looks identical to their older sister April.|
Lini's triplets came two days later, on Feb 12th.
|Conner is the firstborn, a buckling.|
|I tell him apart from his brother Jack by the light|
spots he has on his jaw. Jack has waddles instead.
|Jack was second.|
|The boys coloring is nearly the same. Jack is growing in height|
and length, while Conner's growth spurt has been in width.
|The last of the triplets is a little girl I'm calling Lady.|
|Lady is similar to her brothers except no white. She's|
become hard to photograph because she's so friendly.
Last but not least, Violet's twin girls, now four-days old.
|Sky was firstborn.|
|Sky has very long legs. Kinders are supposed to have short legs,|
so we'll see how she turns out. Growing up changes things! :)
|Windy is the second twin.|
|She looks white in the photo, but she's really more cream-color.|
There are tips of very light-brown color, so she likely darken.
Yes, I admit it, I take too many pictures of baby goats. But this time of year is such a joy around the homestead, so how can I not? No matter how long my to-do list, I make sure I spend some time every day enjoying my baby goats.
I will enjoy them all but keep only a few; the rest will head to new homes around the middle of May.