Saturday, November 6, 2010

Is it a boy or a goat?

Wow, it's been over 2 months since my last update. Geez. My work schedule should be getting easier now so hopefully I can post more often.

We had our first freeze last night so I thought it would be fun to post some pictures from the summer. I'm really not ready for cold yet.

Sometimes I think Logan takes his job as a goat owner a little too seriously.









13 comments:

Amy said...

Cute!

CeeCee said...

As a mom, the first thing I think of when I see Logan crawling around in the tall grass is: Chiggers!!
I think it's wonderful and he'll have memories that last a lifetime of having goats as a boy. :)

melanie said...

Love it!

Christy said...

CeeCee, the only one of us that has ever gotten chiggers is me. And that was in Delaware. It was a horrible experience though!

Razzberry Corner said...

He looks like he's having such fun! Chiggers are bad around here in tall grass. We always have to spray with Off before we crawl thru the grass like that!

~Tonia said...

Ahhh the best childhood ever adn I bet the goats love him too! My girls always played out with the goats and still do even though they are half grown now..
I have to say we live in Missouri and I have never gotten chiggers nor have my kids... I dont know why but its true! Everybody sees us out in the field in chest high grass and are like you are going to get chiggers!! Nope not one.. Now ticks we do get occasionally..

linda m said...

Cute pictures! I can't believe how tall the grass is down there by the creek. Wow!!

Linda said...

That's really cute Christy!

Nice to see you again!

Gail said...

It is wonderful to hear from you again and know all is going well.

I bet Logan has grown a mile!

Christy said...

Gail, he has! He looks like a little man now, not a child anymore. He's such a great help. I was really sick this weekend and he took on all the animal chores himself.

FarmHouse Style said...

Hey Christy. Glad to see you back in Bloggersville. Logan certainly knows how to bond with his furry little friends.

Rhonda

PS To answer your question about baking bread, I struggled with disappinting results until I got "The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book." I recommend it for anyone who wants to bake 100% whole wheat bread. It not only has recipes, it also covers technique, step by step. It has made all the difference.

Carol said...

Looks like all the "kids" are having fun.

Kritter Keeper said...

that is good for kids to learn things like that! i write for heritage farm blog and they have classes for kids to learn the old ways and all the school kids love to come and visit. love your cute animals and the poor little goat after you sheared it looked so funny! too cute!! ;)