Quick Update on the Baby Goats

I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated about the kids, but well, I was in the United States for a few weeks and then returned to ugly, sticky heat — and that means *none* of us have been feeling up to photos.

But one day last week, I caught the kiddos in a good mood, and although they didn’t bounce around quite enough for video, I did manage to snap a few photos.

Gioia-loya-ding-dong

Gioia-loya-ding-dong

Gemma ready for her close-up

Gemma ready for her close-up

Baby goats on a ledge

Baby goats on a ledge

Do you think they’ve grown?

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9 Responses to “Quick Update on the Baby Goats”
  1. Samantha
    07.04.2012

    Oh my goodness! They are basically the PRETTIEST little goaties I have ever seen! You are a lucky woman.
    :)

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    michelle Reply:

    Aw thank you, Samantha; lucky indeed!

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  2. 07.04.2012

    Oh, my, YES!, they have grown! And what great photos! I bet they so enjoy having those lovely rocks to climb all over…not to mention I bet it helps with the hoof trimming! :)

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    michelle Reply:

    Hee hee…they certainly love their rocks!

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  3. Marie
    07.04.2012

    They have gotten so big – and still the cutest!!

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    michelle Reply:

    Thanks Marie!

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  4. Gil
    07.05.2012

    It is totally amazing on how fast they are growing. They are so cute, it is no wonder you are so in love with them.

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    michelle Reply:

    Thanks Gil; it’s always hard to leave them :)

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  5. 07.08.2012

    CUTE. CUTE. CUTE.

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