Saturday, April 9, 2011

Want to See My Pictures?




Opal is the prettiest...and she knows it!


Here is a darling Pygmy look-a-like. She is a very sturdy little doeling that visitors like the best.



And Pepper Ann, a leggy black and white doeling.



10 comments:

Danni said...

Gosh, such tiny little faces. Just so precious. Hard to remember the time when my two bullies were tiny and fragile like this. It sure looks like you're having a happy spring.

Chai Chai said...

They are fantastic! Does Opal have blue eyes? Why is the dark color undesirable for Nigerians?

Marigold said...

Ha! The 'leggy' one even has the model stance. Are you sure she isn't part Alpine? :)

Teresa said...

They all look adorable! I'm glad you little white girl is gaining strength with her legs. That's a trick sometimes to get them strengthened when packed so tightly inside mom.

frugalmom said...

They are all precious. Do they all like to stick together? Hard not to be happy when you have such cute little goat babies running around your farm!

Terry Golson said...

Someone needs to teach Opal to apply her mascara a little more evenly on top and bottom. Or is she going for the goth look?

goatgirl said...

Yes Opal has blue eyes. The Pygmy goat coloring is undesirable according to the Nigerian Dwarf Goat Association. I think it's pretty but maybe they think people will confuse them with the Pygmy goat.

Holly said...

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Idon'tneedagoat

undesirable color or not, that is one precious little girl!

Mare said...

Makes you just want to cuddle and kiss them! They're almost too cute to be real!

Mooberry Farmwife said...

Great pictures! We raise goats, too. We have Nubian, Toggenburg, LaMancha, and a Pygmy. Yours are adorable.