Thursday, March 27, 2008

King of The Mountain

Going out to check on the goats one evening I found the babies could do What Diva and Sammi have not been able to. Climb to the top of the "mountain". They really thought they had done something great. I kept watching Nickle on the top as he kept looking down as if he was afraid to jump. I walked over to go in the pen to help him when he just jumped down, pushing his sister Gabby out of the way. They are eating grain and hay more often now and nursing less. They are running, jumping and playing games only kids understand. I get so much pleasure just watching them.

10 comments:

Rachel said...

How cute!! I love to watch baby goats. They are so adorable.

I was so sorry to hear about Ms. Fran. It brought tears to my eyes to read of her passing. My condolences to all. I know you miss her so much.

City Mouse said...

Goatie prodgidies!

peppylady said...

Ms Fran and my mom had the same birthday September 16th.
I recall playing King of the Mountain and when we had bunch of snow banks Daisy and Buddy would play

Nen said...

i have tagged you on my blog! hope you don't mind.. but you are under no obligation to do it!! :)

LivingTheLife said...

They are just too cute for words...aren't they? I just love watching baby goats frolick about...not a care in the world...much like it's suppose to be. Enjoyed this picture...keep em' coming.

Hope you're doing alright...thinking of you a lot...I'll keep you and William in my prayers.

blessings...
Teresa

Flip Flop Floozie said...

What a fun game for some young little goats to be playing!! Just like little children--thus called kids..right? Sandy

Lib said...

Hi Peggy,
Tryin to catch up on my visits.
So sorry to hear Miz. Fran passed.
May God Bless You for being such a TRUE FRIEND to her.
Wow, You have kids and more kids.lol They are so cute.
Hope you have a great week!
Love,Lib

Journaling Through Life said...

so cute!

Jo said...

I remember playing King of the Mountain when I was small too. My brother was always the King because I was a girl.... I wasn't allowed to be. He always pushed me out of the way too....lol

Funny how those kids fund and games can so easily immitate ours.

Have a great day.

Marci said...

I love to watch kids play. They are so full of joy and life. I still love that picture of them all in the wheelbarrow. =)