You guys remember Cube's twins Betty and Boop, they sure have grown. I took this today. Betty is the blacker one and Boop is the lighter one. They are such sweet girls. 
Then we have Cube in the photo below, she is the white one, the black one you can only see part of is Lola.

 Here is a better photo of Lola she will be kidding soon. She has started to form a bag. This will be Lola's first kid/kids we are all excited and hoping for girls! Her hair is standing up on her back lol because she and Cube have decided that they need to get into a head butting contest every time I come to the corral. Both are sure I have treats in my hand and both have no intention of letting the other one get any LOL... In this case I had no treats just my camera lol.

Lola says oh sure we can't eat that thing you have in your hand but you brought it out here anyway.. geesh...

21 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

you always exhaust me! :)

your seedlings look great! so do those cute kids (betty & boop! how cute!)

LindaG said...

Everything looks great. Congratulations and good luck! :)

Pricilla said...

Awww, they look adorable.
The seedlings make me jealous. He just planted some last night. Today was all about installing the new skylight so he didn't get to go to the post office :(
BUT I do have a skylight now :)

A Quiet Corner said...

WOW, your seedlings are great! My best friend's name is Bette...I call her Boop!...:)JP

Terry said...

The kids are so cute!
You are going to have a fabulous garden!
I was amazed to read your age. I had guessed you were 30ish. I'm 60, by the way.

Chris said...

You have been incredibly busy Tex - very industrious.

I absolutely adore your goats (this sustained onslaught of cute goat photos by you and Melodie is going to drive me crazy with envy.)

Cool idea to stop the moles. :-)

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Sorry about the compressed disk. Your garden looks amazing!!!!

Melodie said...

Betty and Boop are cuties! I can't wait to see what Lola has! Your seedlings are doing really good,You are going to be so busy canning this summer,lol!

edenhills said...

I'm having a horrible time getting to see pictures today. Don't know why. I did see the greenhouse full of wonderful plants! I certainly have greenhouse envy now.

Furry Bottoms said...

The kids sure are cute!! I can't wait to see baby pictures of the new kids!

Your gardening is amazing. And it made me giggle out loud when you said "snicker,snicker"

Nancy Claeys said...

Look forward to seeing the kid or kids when they are born!

Your seedlings look great! So sorry about your neck. I hope it heals very soon. :)

Susan said...

Wow, you are gonna have one great garden! Wish I had your energy!

the wild magnolia said...

It is always fun to see the goaties.

The garden looks great. All the little plants in neat little rows, everything is clean and organized. Impressive.

Carolyn said...

I am so jealous of your produce; and your beautifully neat and tidy garden beds look so promising. You have such a green thumb! And love the goats too... I hope you take some pictures of the kids when they arrive!
Thank so much for your kind comment on my dress too :)

V.L. Locey said...

The seedlings look great and you know I love dem goaties!

Lana said...

Wow Woman!! I am IMPRESSED! Love the greenhouse. I'm sure all the hardwork will bring you lots of enjoyment and great food beyond comparison to grocery store selection.

The layout of the garden is nice. I can't wait to hear about your gopher antics this year. Deputy Dave and I would sit and read, then see a picture of a mangled carrot and go into hysterics!

I got your email --- I'll let you know how my next auction goes. We're getting another one at auction, if there's one to be found, as soon as we sell this house. Fun times!

Lana

LB @ Bullets And Biscuits said...

We are still fighting our moles. I will have to mention the wire to Rambob. We just tilled our garden last weekend. I can't wait for fresh veggies!!

John Gray said...

lola is an absolute lovie

LBP said...

Your plants look great! I see you use the yogurt cup method too! LOL! Mine just went into the greenhouse last Saturday and it is amazing how much they have grown in a week! They love it there! I have planted my radishes, and onions and am putting in cabbage, lettuce and beets tomorrow. I love this time of year!

Blessings
Linda

LBP said...

Your plants look great! I see you use the yogurt cup method too! LOL! Mine just went into the greenhouse last Saturday and it is amazing how much they have grown in a week! They love it there! I have planted my radishes, and onions and am putting in cabbage, lettuce and beets tomorrow. I love this time of year!

Blessings
Linda

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

I can just imagine the amount of tomatoes you will harvest this summer...I can almost smell them! I like the idea of putting wire in the bottom of the veggie 'boxes'. We're nearly ready to fill our boxes too and since I saw a mole/vole tunnel going right into the bottom of one of the boxes I think putting that wire in the bottom before filling them is a great idea! Love your goats...looking forward to seeing your new babies. Hope tomorrow is a good one for you.
Maura :)