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Discussion in 'Waiting Room' started by Bellafire Farm, Feb 1, 2011.
Traci, they are SOOOOO CUTE!!
Oh my goodness, they are so precious! Look how little!! I especially love the little girl with the one white leg. They look like you could put them in your purse and go shopping with them! Way too cute.
They are so super sweet and curious... I could put them in my pocket - no problem -they'd love it! Well, except for the fact that Momma Phi (Ophelia) won't even let me sit BETWEEN her and her babies...let alone hold one of them out of sight! She absolutely has to be RIGHT NEXT to them 24/7! She's such a good momma! I couldn't be happier with her or the babies!
AWWWWWW THATS WONDERFULLLLL
Oh, they're beautiful.. it sure makes life busy once they come along...doesn't it? have Fun!!!
So glad that she did give you healthy :kidred: :kidred: :leap:
From the pic...the second baby looks to be polled :? I'm seeing a "Moe" hairdo and no swirls :whatgoat:
Now.....I wanna see Phi's udder.....pleeeease :wink:
Funny you should say that.... I don't have any polled genetics in my herd... but I did notice during one of our little syringe feedings earlier this weekend that neither of them have ANY horn bumps AT ALL! Hmmmm.... must be related to being slightly preemie? Not sure...
Haven't wanted to stress Phi out yet... things have been crazy enough with everyone, human & goat alike, practically living in that little kidding pen for the past weekend. LOL! I'll post some pics as soon as the rain stops & we can walk-about. :wink:
:thumbup: I understand all about living in the kid stall! And not stressing mama :wink:
They are sooo CUTE! Congratulations!
SO cute! Congrats!
Absolutely adorable!! I LOVE those genetics!
awwww PRECIOUS!!!! Congrats on such lil darlings! Just curious do you know how much they weigh? They definitely look like tiny lil cuties that are striving! And mama sounds very protective, so good for her! I hope your able to get some nice weather your way so they can get outside