Goat Baby Photo Blast


Wow – these little ones are almost too cute to handle. They are all growing steadily, exploring the big world around them and climbing on everything they can get their little hooves on. Favorite mountains right now include their mother and our front porch. We couldn’t be more in love with these kiddos.

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