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.

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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.

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Oh, hai. 

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

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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.

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Lily and Rosie are very photogenic.

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

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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.

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

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