prairie daze

claiming our daze and our days on the prairie

look what we might get…

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update:  we are looking into what program (4H?) we can involve ourselves in to make this an intentional project, not just another creature running around the property.  naomi desperatly wants this experience (or a bucket calf, or a pig, or chickens)…so we’ll see.    


11 comments on “look what we might get…

  1. Jade
    March 7, 2008

    You’re getting a goat???

  2. Rae
    March 7, 2008

    You and your sister in law seem to have a lot in common!!!

  3. auntiebonita
    March 7, 2008

    Aww, man! I love little goats! Some of them are quite snuggly but they also like to climb on anything and anyone. Are you really getting a goat? I can’t wait to see what happens.

  4. ang
    March 7, 2008

    wow – you are brave…or crazy?? i love it!!
    can’t wait for the stories!!

  5. Kate
    March 7, 2008

    Oh my gosh…where will you keep it? It’s against all the rules to have such a thing in our neighborhood. AHH Suburbia stinks! I’m so jealous. The only thing better would be a henhouse full of chickens and a calf in the backyard!

  6. prairie daze
    March 7, 2008

    okay, update…no ordinance against it…now to decide if this is a good idea. the kids say yes….of course.

  7. bex
    March 7, 2008

    Awwwwww, maaaaaaaaan! No fair! Sally-bally & a goat? I’m moving in! Xxx

  8. Auntie Bri
    March 7, 2008

    Ummm, seriously???? In town? In your yard???

    I’m officially worried……

  9. katiecl
    March 8, 2008

    is it a female? you probably don’t know that during my second pregnancy i became obsessed with goat products. so if you start making goat cheese or goat yogurt, i may just drive over to kansas to try it!

  10. Dad/Opa
    March 10, 2008

    Sounds like fun. Remember the goat next door at 515? I think that was a smaller breed with shorter ears, but a goat nonetheless. I can just see the goat and Sally eyeing each other. Could be very interesting. If this actually comes true, I can’t wait for our next visit. :-)

  11. Oma
    March 10, 2008

    Oh yeah!! Kristin, the expression on your face as you’re holding that little goat takes me back to you holding “Baby Sam”, the little pygmy goat that we helped take care of when you were a teenager.That Baby Sam would follow me around the house, waiting for his bottle. Remember how he jumped to the highest points he could find, and eventually butted Josie , our dog, off the deck? Poor thing finally had to find a new home because he always escaped, looking for people to be with with. But he sure was cute!!!!

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