Twin doelings!! This is what we found when we went to the barn early this morning. What a great way to start the day. All delivered, dried off and eating their first meal and, of course, adorable :) They are going to be caramel color like Papa Amos, the angora. They are average size. Mama goat is fine. She had her warm molasses water and now they are all having a nap. I think the lesson I'm supposed to learn here is that I have really fat goats! Four doelings this year out of four babies. I'm certainly happy with that.
The gem theme didn't work well - we ran out of options quickly if we wanted to use the first letter of the Mother goats name. We didn't think about it too hard this morning - Tom suggested Lemon and Lime and I thought it was perfect :)My DH brought me home this lovely Easter lily that adorns my table and the smell greeted me this morning as I made my coffee. They are gorgeous this year. A favorite of mine and I look forward to having one each year. It has several unopened blossoms and should last a couple of weeks.
.....and he also brought home this sweet little pair (dubbed Horace and Milley) (nick names for Hubby and myself) that now hang on the front door. Aren't they cute?
I love the spring decorations and the Easter holiday. - to me it is a time of new life, hope, spring flowers and sunshine. The sun really is warmer and green is popping up here and there. Now if the wind would stop blowing :)