Monday, September 21, 2009

Jeffrey and Emily Get Stumped

As you saw yesterday the kids are really starting to hop around and play. They are so funny! While Matthew is not quite hoppy yet, he will be soon.

Jeffrey and Emily discovered the stump in one of the pens so of course they had to hop on it. Jeffrey got up there first.

Abby was standing by just checking things out. She has been good with the new kids. She hasn't butt them.....much.

 Jillian came up to see what Jeffrey was up to with Emily right at her side. Jeffrey tried to hop on her!

Then Emily decided to join Jeffrey up on to the stump. She isn't going to let Jeffrey be the star!

 Jeffrey then decided to leave and he left Emily all alone on the stump. Isn't she adorable?

Then she leapt right off to go and find a drink of milk from her Nanny!

 Such excitement on the Farm!

Tomorrow will be Goatucation. The publicist has my schedule all confused. I think she is testing me. Since there were a couple of people asking it will be a Publicistcation. The publicist will explain how she came to be a goat farmer.


  1. They r sssoo cute,can't wait for new kids in my pen!!

  2. Oh my....they are just adorable! I really, really want one....except, hubs says NO! Not in Town! :)

  3. They really are like little kids and it's so much fun to see them play.

  4. I just found this blog, and it's too cute. And I have to say... I miss living in the countryside and seeing baby goats. Cuter than many puppies (but don't tell anyone I said so!). ;-)

  5. How can anyone not smile when they see such cutie goats!

  6. I think they are so cute! I still wish I could have one, but my husband says no. We have too much to take care of with the kids, cats and dog. I can't wait to hear how a Jersey girl became a goat farmer!

  7. Yeah!!!!!! I can't wait to hear the story!!! I know you all must get so tired of hearing this but.....YOU ARE TOO CUTE!!!!!

  8. Oh, if only they would stay young forever. Sigh.

  9. I just love it when they start hopping about!

  10. I'm glad there are more hippity-hoppity kids around!

  11. Who knew a stump could be so much fun? Emily is a gorgeous little goat. She looks like a sweetie.


    Just stopping by from SITS to say hello!

  13. Just when we think they can't get any cuter, they do!

  14. Awwww, I wish they could just stay kids forever and ever!

    It was so funny at the fair because when we visited the goats I was like, hey I know a goat expert! They were auctioning off goats while we were there and it made me think of you and how your kids have to leave your farm too.

    Do you auction them off? Where do they go?

  15. Oh my gosh! How adorable!! My kiddos would LOVE to come visit your farm, they just love goats!

  16. They are always up to something fun, so fascinating. Thanks for the daily excitement on your farm.

  17. Da Bean - you will surely have fun with the little kids to butt around and hop with.

    A.Marie - I am glad then, that I can at least write this blog for you.

    blueviolet - kids of any species are fun. Even humans I have heard.

    Christina - Thank you for visiting my blog. I won't tell a soul!

    Melodie - they do bring a smile to the publicist's face when she is having a bad day.

    Anne - if you would like me to send a goat emissary to your husband I will. How could he resist one of those kids?

    jaz - I could listen to how cute I am all day long. And don't get me started on Abby.....

    Lin - feeling wistful about your children?

    Reese - I know. It is so much fun. It will interesting to see if they try to hop on me!

    Daisy - me too! I think you need a goat!

    Cute - it doesn't take much to entertain us some time. Wait 'til they see the wood pile!

    Dreamgirl - thank you for visiting my blog. If you ask me there is nothing cuter than a baby goat.

    BeadedTail - why thank you! I have heard similar things said about cats.

    Pooba - the publicist looks for nice people in the area to take our babies. So far she has done so. The goats that go to auction are registered. The only goat with papers on this Farm is Luke. And he knows it! Someday the publicist hopes to buy a registered doe so that they can sell the kids and make some money from this &*^%*^ enterprise. Whatever that means.

    Lani - thank you for visiting my blog. We have visitors all the time. I like that because the publicist cuts up extra apples so people can feed us.

    BelladonnasJoy - I am glad I can make you smile.

  18. OMG...they are just to darn cute


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