Isn't she beautiful? She had gorgeous eyelashes. And she was just as sweet as she was beautiful. We fed her food pellets from our hands.
Here is her stall mate.
Oh and the babies, we saw so many babies. I wanted to pick them all up and take them home with me. They were soft and cuddly and so adorable.
The baby goats were some of my favorites. They scampered and gamboled (I love that word), jumping in the air with all four feet off the ground at the same time. The little black and white spotted one kept jumping on its mother's back trying to reach the food being held out by tiny hands. They were Nigerian Dwarf goats, so beautiful and so sweet.
We saw mothers at the farm too.
The baby llamas were the best. Their fur was so incredibly thick and soft, and they were so tame and friendly. They would come right up to you and let you love and rub all over them. I can see why they are used for fiber. Their fur is incredible.
This little guy walked up behind my daughter and stood there with his head looking right over her shoulder. She didn't know he was there. I tried to grab the shot because it was precious, but this is what I got instead. She got startled and the little guy got startled too. More to come in the next post.