Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside. Lover of old, time-worn, and antique. Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-nurturer.
Does it get any sweeter than a newborn baby goat.My great-granddaughter aptly named her Elsa.
Elsa is a sweetheart. That beautiful photo brightened my day.
I love baby goats "kids" having had two born to our goat Uni a long time ago. All gone over the rainbow bridge now.
ADORABLE! And Elsa is a lovely name.
Awwww ~ Magical, endearing and so hugable.
What a precious baby goat. Our oldest son loves goats although he lives in the city Every year I buy a baby goat calendar for him. Have a wonderful week and I lov eelsa's name.
Those newborns are so cute. Elsa looks so comfortable in that dish. Just lovely
Ah doesn't get any sweeter!! What a great name too. Hugs!
What a wonderful baby goat. It is so cute of a photo.
I live in Llandudno a town in North Wales where we have Kashmiri goats who live on a huge hill in our town called the Orme(named by Vikings and means worm). They were a present to the town from Queen Victoria and have thrived ever since. They are protected and looked after and sometimes they visit the town, eating roses and stopping traffic. In lockdown six of them sat in a queue outside the closed barber shop, probably waiting for a beard trim. So I was really pleased to see your picture of a baby goat, also cute. Megan
Aww Elsa does look sweet.All the best Jan
Oh how sweet. Would love to have a baby goat in my kitchen!
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