Belle and Zoe

Who needs knitting when there is this much adorable goatiness to behold?



Can we jump on it?

It feels so good to have baby animals to feed again. When I lived on the farm, I fed all of our dairy calves. Whether there was 1 or 20. The kids were born on the 1st and 4th of April, so they are pretty little. They aren’t eating solids yet, just nibbling here and there.

Something appalling happened here today. My oldest child lost her first tooth. And this weekend, she is going to a friend’s birthday party. A friend from school whose parents I have never even met. I rsvp’d to a kid when I called the phone number on the invitation. I hope the parents know we’re coming.


Quilting Mama said…
Sooooo cute. Can't wait to see how they grow.

Being concerned about the party is fair. I always wonder about birthday parties when I don't know the parents and don't get to talk with one when RSVP'ing.
Yes, kids growing up is indeed quite appalling. My daughter just got permission to wear make-up (age 14) and I feel SO OLD.
Sue said…
The goats are gorgeous!

My house rule is that my daughter doesn't go any where if I don't know the parents. You can just never tell.

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