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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Tugboat Annie


Or should that be, Steamboat Sage?  I tried to get a rear shot, but she kept turning with me.  I think you can get the gist of her 'condition' from this shot, feeble as it may be.  She is doing well, but I am sure that she'll be happy when it's over.  Of course, this being her first time, she probably has no idea what's in store.  A bundle or two of cuteness, that's what!  Due date - 4/24/13.

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  1. Is Sage a Nigerian or Dwarf or part? It seems that the smaller ones look HUGE (and uncomfortable) when they're pregnant....and she's still got over a month to go. Hope you got plenty of goat-sweaters ready! I've got some lovely alpaca (or was it llama) wool ones lovingly knit by a friend of mine...but you can't have 'em back!! Annette's kid was too small for them so I'm secretly hoping that Nettie kids next week and it's cool so I can use them!

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    1. She's a Nigerian Dwarf - or what I refer to as a Dwarf Dwarf. She's tiny. I would guess she's as wide as she is tall. I bet her kids are small enough to slip into a sock! Is Nettie due next week?

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  2. The 24th?! Oh poop, I was hoping for about two weeks earlier. I am sure she is too ;)

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  3. Can't wait to see pictures of the babies

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  4. Hope she doesn't 'splode before April 24th!

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  5. Why is it goats never cooperate for photo shoots, LOL. I was trying to get a frontal shot of my three girls the other day, but every way I moved, they kept their rear ends toward the camera!

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  6. Ah, "little ship of dreams", loved that band...

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  7. Can't wait to see the little darlings! It's hard to believe she has over a month to go! Yikes!!

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