So the kids are still growing. It seems now that they are slowing down on that though. I haven’t noticed them bigger lately. Just fatter and fluffier. They are getting their winter coats in. It’s been cold here (for us). We’ve been getting down in the 30’s and 40’s at night. Again, for us in Southern Arizona, that is cold. We usually only get a couple weeks this cold so this whole month so far has been cold. It’s got me looking forward to warmer weather. Anyhow, the girls are getting their winter coats in so they look fluffy which I adore. It just makes them more cute.
Their personalities are getting stronger. Honeysuckle is still the more reserved of the two. Diamond does not want to stay where she is put. She is always getting in with the older ones. It’s not too much of an issue right now, but in a few more months it will be because my buck is in the pen she gets into. I really don’t her getting bred too soon. I wait until they are around 2 before putting them through that for the first time.
So over the next few months we will be working on the fence to try to ensure she can’t get in the other pen by the time she starts going into heat. She is such a trouble maker though so I’m not sure how that is going to go. We shall see.
I’ll be back next month with another update.
Have a great day!
15 thoughts on “Kid Update”
These are cute, I miss being on a farm, and seeing all the animals, and working on a farm as well.
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I really love working in our farm with my dad, we used to have lots of different animals as well. These photos are so wonderful!
I hope she stays where she is supposed to. Sounds like you’ve got a strong personality over there that’s going to keep things interesting.
They truly are getting bigger and yes, it sounds like it won’t be long until you will definitely not want Diamond getting in with the adult deer.
Thanks for sharing your kids’ progress with us. They change so much through their childhood that you need to mark these mildstones.
Honeysuckle is such a cute name! Sounds like an interesting journey with your farm life.
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They are so cute. Glad to hear they are doing well!
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They are growing fast, that’s for sure. I always look forward to warmer nights as well. Right now it’s been warm but some days it’s cold and I am not a fan.
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It’s been too warm here in Northern Arizona. We want the snow so much out here near Sunrise. I would love to come and see the goats! 🙂
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These kids are so cute. I bet they are a handful.
Aw, that’s so cute. Thanks for sharing, and I hope everything continues to go well!
The kids must be looking really cute and lovable, what with their fluffy winter coats. Enjoy this time with them.
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I am so glad that they are ok. And it’s very nice to hear you talking about their characters!
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Hoping the fencing will be up in time, good luck!
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I’ve always wanted goats but never lived in an area appropriate for them.