Monday, April 21, 2008

They're Here!

Mandy and her twin sons Huey and Dewy along with Baby and her son Louie are all settled in. They arrived at lunchtime today and made their selves right at home.Mandy and her twin sonsMandy and Baby (they are grown)Baby with her son Louie right above her and Huey beside Louie.

All of the Norwegian Dwarfs staying dry and listening to the rain hit the tin roof.

They are the sweetest tiniest things I have ever seen! Even though Mandy and Baby are grown I can pick them up and carry them! I am guessing they weigh around 25 or 30 pounds. I will weigh them in a few days. Their sons are almost 3 months old and weigh around 13 or 15 pounds. I am sure there are going to be lots of adventures to write about with these little ones!

10 comments:

Flip Flop Floozie said...

I just cannot keep up with all of your goats and their names now..getting confused!! They are sure sweet cute little ones.

Sandy

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

When are you opening a petting zoo?

These miniture goats are delightful. Don't take them in the house, you will not want to send them outside again.

Juli Krasinski said...
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Juli Krasinski said...

They're all wonderful !!

I posted before but Nik was talking to me so it turned into jibberish :)

Betsy aka 'the goat yoda' said...

Hi Peggy- these look like regular Pygmy goats, not Nigerians, to me. I have never heard of a 'Norwegian Dwarf' goat before and Nigerians are registered with ADGA and AGS. There is a distinct differenence in appearance between Pygmies and ND's. How did they come by them?

Still, little ones are very cute and cuddly!

Donna said...

I'm sure it won't take long for the new arrivals to realize they found a great home!

Gwen said...

Hi Peggy.
Just popped in to say hello,my your
family sure has grown since my last visit.
And they re all beautiful keep well Peggy

Jo said...

Those are the cutest things I have seen in a month of Sundays. The twins are so fuzzy and cuddley looking. I am looking forward to hearing about their adventures.

Rosa said...

I love mini anythings, but these have to take the prize. Ooooooh, too cute!!! xo

PEA said...

Awww sis, they are so darn CUTE!!!! I can just imagine how fun they must be to watch. Will they be able to hang out with your other goats or will you have to keep them separated? I bet my godKIDS are growing up fast...bigggggg hugs to them. Love you sis!! xoxo