Utterly Adorable

Something happened 2 days ago that I thought was really important to share with you guys. Also, I’m going on a camping trip,  and I’m going to take a one week break from blogging.

So….what is this “utterly adorable” thing that has happened? Three words: Newborn Baby Goats. That’s right we just had baby goats! And even better, they are the tiniest most adorable baby goats I have ever seen! Of course, I say that every time, but seriously, one of them is the tiniest little baby goat ever!

Boy? Girl? How many? Names? Pictures?

Her we go: They were twin girls. Their mom’s name is Creamsickle, so we named the biggest one Fudgesickle. The dad’s name is Seto, which is Japanese for something, so we named the littlest one Chiibi, which means little or tiny or something in Japanese.

And yes, I took pictures. Prepare to be blown away by the adorableness of these pictures!

This is Chiibi.

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They are the most curious, cute little things!

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Chiibi has blue eyes and Fudgesickle has brown eyes.

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You can see how much smaller Chiibi is in this picture.

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Another couple of Chiibi

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Now for the most utterly adorable one of all!


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Hope you enjoyed the pictures! Have a great day!

“The heavens are telling of the glory of God;
And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands.
Day to day pours forth speech,
And night to night reveals knowledge.”

-Psalm 19:1-2 (NASB)


Author: Faith on the Farm

I’m just a Christian girl who’s striving to glorify God here on the farm. I love sunsets, roses, my dog, and about everything you can photograph on a farm. As you’ve probably guessed, I love photography. When I’m not singing or working on schoolwork, you’ll probably find me cooking, practicing cello, or somewhere outside with my dog by my side and camera in hand.