Today I let Dolly Doodle and her Doodle-etts out in the green grass. It was a lovely day but Dolly was still in that new mother stage and was not happy having her babies out in the big wide world! She didn't even take one bite of that green grass and clover! She was too busy trying to lick the fur right off those kids...
The kids enjoyed it even if it made their momma a nervous wreck! Their outing was short, I didn't want Dolly to freak out and let me tell you, that goat has had a few freak outs in her day,only because I wasn't home to put her to bed but they were wild times I have been told!
I know you all are wondering about Peanut's ears! The floppy ear did not straighten out..nope! The straight ear went floppy!
Now isn't that the cutest!
Zazzy,as I am still calling her despite the Boy's arguments, is just pretty! The Boy doesn't like the name Zazzy but I keep saying she just looks so zazzy! The Boy says she looks paint splattered too but he won't be naming her Splattered! I think I am going to win since I am her Grand-maaaaa! Hey, I am the only Momma Dolly ever new so I get to claim Grand-maaaa! This only furthers the Boy's prediction as me being on the road to being know as the Crazy Goat Lady. And...um...Hubby asked today if I was talking to the goats again. You all know I answered yes to that! Well, goats are as smart as dogs and they say dogs understand as much language as a toddler so the goats understand at least as much as a dog does in my way of thinking! Besides, all animals like hearing you talk sweet to them, any animal person knows that.
Zazzy and Peanut are both super sweet and come right up to me to be loved on when I go into their stall ..I don't know..maybe a dozens times a day!
Mr.Tumnus always throws sweet kids. No matter what the personality of their moms, his kids are always super sweet, especially the boys. I truly believe he has a genetic disposition for sweetness he passes on!
We are definitely in Spring here in Southeast Texas! Things are blooming and sprouting all over. These little"pinks"on my deck always make me smile.
These came from my Hubby's late grandma. I think of her often but even more when I see flowers that came from her. I have some red spider lilies and jonquils that came from her also. I love having flowers from family members,they are a beautiful reminder of those people! I have some daffodils from Hubby's grandfather and Iris from my MIL and some lillies from my friend Texan...I could do a whole post on the plants and flowers I have that have connections to people in my life.
I think that is a wonderful way to be remembered,don't you?