Your goats are just the cutest! It will be fun to watch them grow and see how they enrich the lives of your family. Have a lovely day.
It makes me sad that our spinach is already bolting in this heat...I even tried growing it under the leafy carrots for a little shade and coolness...oh well, got a lovely pot of wedding soup on the stove with the last of it.
Tonya, our chicks are a week and a half old- we're raising them at the same time. :)So happy to see your garden growing- I know it has been a late spring for us, but especially for where you are! <3
how great...everything is growing so fast!
Oh, Oh, Oh...look at the cuties! I've got the lovely greens growing, but alas...no sweet goats or chicks...just kiddos, doggies, and cats...someday:)
If it keeps being in the 90's my lettuce is will bolt! Your goats are just adorable!
ohhh! my chicks ( all 81 of them!) are just a week older. Goodness that they don't grow quick.Rhode Island reds and what are they white guys?
Oh, sweetest goats, sweetest chicks! I love Springtime on a farm :)
You should have included a picture of you growing belly =D
That is the sweetest chick photo ever, and what a a beautiful amount of veggies are already coming up!
oh, how I wish we could still grow lettuce. We just picked our first ripe tomatoes that would be really great in a salad if only we had some lettuce.Great picture of your chicks!
SO many wonderful growing things you have shared here. Such blessed springtime things.
Already your chicks have some grown up looking feathers. great to see everything growing well - we are very waterlogged, but hopefully things will dry out enough to get going. xxx
Love your cute goats. I've been wanting some myself.