Catching a baby goat.

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Catching a baby goat.

   

Is not easy.

We were in Inverness a few days ago and Grant was set on catching a baby goat.  At first I sent him out into the goat field to do it all by himself.  He was successful and caught this really cute pure white baby goat.  I thought that would be enough, but I was wrong!  He spotted the most beautiful black and brown baby goat.  This little goat is the best looking kid in the whole herd.  He sure can pick them.  Well, I agreed to help Grant catch the little guy.  After about 20 minutes of running up and down a sandy hill we DID IT.  I was actually pretty proud of our team work and effort.  Grant was so happy and so was I because I was sweaty and tired.  It is not easy to run in sand.

Then something unexpected happened.  Grant accidentally let the little buck go and he ran off pretty fast.  Grant was so sad and disappointed, that the “tiger mother” in me decided to catch that little guy one more time.  It took another 30 minutes of running up and down the same sandy hill in the hot Florida sun, but I DID IT.  We were all surprised because this goat was fast.  We were all very happy!

 

Their smiles make it all worth it.  The boys love baby farm animals.

 

GreenBootGirl

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By | 2017-10-05T20:40:38+00:00 April 29th, 2012|Babies and Children, Farm Life, Goats|0 Comments

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I am a mother of 3. We eat nourishing and traditional food at home. We use natural healing successfully with essential oils, herbs, and homeopathy. We love being in the outdoors and living the "green" life.

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