Monday, August 3, 2009

Pictures for Grandma

My Grandma requested more critter pictures. Who can say no to Grandma?

Sorry for the long time between posts. I teach for Kaplan University Online and one term ended so I had to do all the grading and get grades submitted. Then the next term started, which takes a lot of set up time. And my dad visited over the weekend.

My cute boy. He's grown so much!

The guineas are doing great. I'm not sure I've even posted about them yet. We got them when they were about a week old. They are so much fun to watch! The run in a pack and make a racket.
Nebula
IO
Some of the goaties.

I'm way behind on reading blogs, but trying to catch up.

11 comments:

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

I didn't know you got guinea's, we're on the same wavelength again. Mine are 2 1/2 wks old, not feathered like yours.

Linda said...

Hi Christy! I love your pictures you put up!

My doe is in heat and has really dropped in milk production. I am a little worried. I only get a little over 16 oz at each milking. My friend assures me it will pick back up - I sure hope so!

Sue said...

Nice pics. Everyone looks quite content.

Stickhorsecowgirls said...

Thanks for your post! I have an interest in goats, but so far it is from afar! Would love to follow your small-farm adventures! C

linda m said...

I was hoping for more pictures. The animals are all so cute. Can't wait to meet all of them.

CeeCee said...

Okay, so you can tell I haven't had my coffee yet----I saw your title as "Pictures OF Grandma" and then saw the goat. Silly me.

Melody said...

Christy, I think you tried to add me as a friend on facebook. I saw something about it once, and then I can't get back to it. If you did, please try again. I'm such a flop at facebook!!!

Your animals look so healthy and happy! Way to go!!

Christy said...

Joanna, mine are a bit older. They are getting big.

Linda - it will go back up. Don't worry about it.

C - Goats are great. I hope you can get some one day.

Mom - I'll try to be better about getting pictures up more often. I can't wait for you to meet them either!

CeeCee said...

I looked at your pictures again.

IO's ears look just like horns in this picture. I had to look for other pictures of him to be sure.

Darcel said...

I love the one with the goat on top of the crate. That is too cute.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

I think that's so interesting and cool that you teach classes online. What a unique opportunity for a homeschooling mama. :)

Thanks for the update. I've been behind on reading my fave blogs, too, but just do to normal summer stuff....and that hubby has been away on business for 3 weeks now.

~Lisa