Baby Update

So the kids are almost 3 months now and they are growing fast. I love getting to see their personalities come out and watching them play.

I have decided that we are going to keep them both to add to our herd once they are big enough. Because of this decision we did not de horn them as the rest of our girls all came to me with horns. I have to give them a fighting chance right? Diamond seems to be the more outgoing of the two and Honeysuckle is more reserved.

I thought that Diamond was all white, but she is actually turning out to more of cream color which is so pretty. Of course if you see her just right, she looks dirty not cream colored. Honeysuckle is white with cream/brown markings around her ears/eyes. They are both going to be beautiful. I can’t wait to see what colors they will produce later on.


In a couple years they will be bred to Rocky who is brown with some white markings. I am hoping for some darker babies from them because of Rocky’s coloring. I was debating about breeding Rocky with the older girls this year, but I went with Huckleberry instead so next years kids will likely be mostly white as well.


Watching them grow is so much fun. I love to see their personalities develop over the first months and then watch them grow in size the rest of the year. I am glad that I bottle raised them because they are so much more friendly than our last years girls were. I will post another update at some point next month to continue to let you see them grow.

Have a great day!


Ring Finger Sizer Gauge

I received this Ring Finger Sizer Gauge for free or at a discount for my honest review. If you would like to see my full disclosure please click here.

Have you ever wondered how to get the perfect size ring on the first try? I can show you how. There is a nifty little tool that will allow you to do just that.

Ring Size Guage
photo of cleaning cloth and ring size gauge

This little tool will allow to choose the perfect ring size the first time every time so you won’t have to go out and get your new ring sized before you can wear it. It is very simple to use as well. You just put it on your finger and pull the tab until it is snug enough on your finger that it won’t come off. Of course you will want to make sure it will come over your knuckle before checking the size it shows.

Numbers on ring sizer
Ring sizer gauge showing the numbers

The picture above shows the numbering on the sizer. You would snug that to your finger, making sure it will go over the knuckle. Where the line is at is what your ring size would be. When I used it on my finger it shows that I would need a size 6 ring, however, when I tried to move it over my knuckle it wouldn’t go. I actually have to get a size 7 for it to go on my finger.

ring sizer
Closer image of numbers on the ring sizer.

So if you want to be able to get the perfect ring size the first time every time, you need this little tool to do the job. You can get this here:

Have you used this tool before? How well did it work for you? Leave a comment below and let me know.

Have a great day!