Sunday, February 20, 2011

Look at Us at 3 Weeks Old!

Well, I have to admit that the babies are helping me cope with the last remaining weeks of winter.  They are definitely developing their little personalities and providing me with lots of laughs during their playtime.

In this photo opportunity the boys were pretending they are Siamese twin goats...........

.........little mini-Mancha buck is going to see if he can jump over the fence using the bench as his catapult.

Give the babies a bale of hay and they are entertained for hours especially when they play Superman and leap off the bale to fly threw the air in a single bounce.

Okay, lil' Miss Mini Mancha has totally won my heart and she can do no wrong in my eyes.  She is just the prettiest girl in my opinion!

This is the Finger Monster!  He will nibble on my finger at any given opportunity and if there is a drawstring on a sweatshirt, look out!  Its hard to believe they are 3 weeks old now!  I am so pleased on how well they are growing.  Both of the boys will be offered for sale in a couple of weeks, but the little girl will be staying right here;) 
Sometimes those bumps in the road turn out to be the most rewarding!

9 comments:

Susan said...

They are just to cute for their own good. Luckily Hubby keeps me sane otherwise, I'd be sorely tempted by those boys!!!

kristi said...

Susan,
But they are already use to Cardigans cuz Dixie plays with them every day......

Nancy K. said...

I'm glad to see them growing so quickly and looking so happy and healthy! Although, I must admit, those scars from the horns look painful!

Beautiful babies!

Periwinkle Farm said...

aaawww they are so cute! and have grown so much. What are you going to name her ?

jen said...

Wow! They are growing fast!
They are very cute!!!!

Kara said...

TOO CUTE!

Michaele said...

They are darling! I need a little educating here. Did you disbud these little ones? Or do they not have horns at all?

Barb said...

What cute distactions for the winter blues. We could use them around here right about now.

kristi said...

Thanks everyone for checking my lil cuties out! Today they were not as adventerous as a snowstorm decided to dump on us today! So sick of it:( Michaele, the babies are dehorned at the vet when they are 10 to 14 days old. Nigerians do have polled genetics but I do not have any. I have no desire to have horned goats, too many issues can develop.