Sunday, October 3, 2010

Steppin' Out

Little No-Name came out of the barn for just a short while yesterday.
The day was quite warm and the sun very hot.
The publicist didn't want the little guy getting over heated.

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His nanny is taking very good care of him.
I am very proud of my little girl!

Here is a short video of his first day out.
Remember, he is not even 24 hours old yet!



Isn't he adorable?
Remember to think up a good name for him and enter the giveaway for my rich soap.

16 comments:

  1. Ooooh! So cute! I wish my lady would let me have some babies! Of course, I'm still working on the egg laying thing because I'm sure that's a better way to have babies than the traditional way!

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  2. The new little goatie is totally adorable, and he has a sweet little voice.

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  3. omg...he is so cute and his little maaaaa is darling!

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  4. They are so cute at this age. Wait, goats are cute at any age. Except boys when they are stinky, and then they're still cute, just stinky.

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  5. Too adorable... but, what will Studmuffin think about the competition?...

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  6. I love that his little tail was wagging non-stop! Does that have any meaning -- like dogs are supposedly happy when they wag their tails?

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  7. Jeffrey! or Joey. I like Joey. It makes me think of a little kangaroo... Bouncey bouncey bouncey.

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  8. Awwww! How cute!!! That little voice!!!

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  9. He's adorable and we love his little maaaa! So sweet!

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  10. He is really adorable! Love his little maaaa!

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  11. I think he is a little buckeyball, so he has to be named for Buckminster Fuller. You can call him Fuller. That tail is so emotive!

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  12. A name, mmmm... I still need names for the last twins born here LOL...
    Maybe I could go thru your cast offs LOL...

    MMMM how bout Luke Jr. ...now that is orginal ROFL...

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  13. He is an adorable little guy! I am always amazed at how much newly born goats can do... we kitties don't even have our eyes open for days after we are born!

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  14. Hey, I didn't know goats wag their tails!

    His 'Maaaing' got my dog Scud's attention--he wanted to see what was going on in my computer.

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  15. No Name is so darn cute. We love his little Baa. Our Mom wants a baby goat so bad. She will just have to come here and visit the babies. More videos please.

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Maaaaaa away....

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