Flower Power

Ok, you’ve waited long enough. I know you’re DYING to meet my girls.

First, Rosie. Because she’s the eldest and definitely the Queen Bee-e-e-e-e-e-e (see what I did there?) so far.


All hail Queen Rosie

Rosie is almost a year old and likes to eat bread, spinach, and more bread. I haven’t been able to pet her very much just yet (NOBODY WANTS TO PLAY WITH ME!), but she is very curious and wants to check everything out. Rosie enjoys a good scratch on the fence.


Oh, hai. 

Now meet Lily. She is about 4 months old, and she’s a scaredygoat.


Smile for the camera, Lily. 

But she’s very pretty, and likes to flounce and jump through the field. Rosie and Lily came to us first.


Lily and Rosie are very photogenic.

Next to join our mini-farm are Iris and Petunia: the twins.


Petunia on the left, Iris on the right. 

These two are glued at the hip; two peas in a pod; peanut butter and jelly. They’re still getting used to their new environment, and are starting to explore more.


Erh. Meh. Le-e-e-e-e-erd. I HAVE GOATS.


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