Hope and Nino

Some things have been going on over here that have been raising red flags and I can only hope that we do not have to move again.  I must learn to take one day at a time and not try to foresee the future, jump to conclusions, or panic.  Today.


We sat down to dinner last night and bowed our heads to say grace.  We thanked the Lord for our meal, prayed that everything would work out alright, and for hope.  Doug went out to milk and came running back in to get me outside.  Elsa was in labor!  Our first time mama was having her baby a week earlier than we expected.  A little boy came out fairly easily.  One baby for Isabelle, one for Elsa.  Odd that there were no multiples.  But, we are thankful for a healthy and quick labor and delivery.  An adorable baby boy with red hair came into the world.  He looks like his mom, a Saanen, the waddles under his chin, but with red hair.  He loves to snuggle and is so cute!  Hope is all around us.



Doug named him Nino Bonito for beautiful boy but also he was born in what seemed like El Nino!  A horrible storm raged on outside the lean to.






6 Comments Add yours

  1. debweeks says:

    I hope things work out for you to stay put. At the same time, I hope any move that might become necessary puts you in a better place than where you are now.

    Congrats on the cute little goat. I’m happy to hear there have been two easy labors and deliveries for the mommas.

    1. Farmgirl says:

      I hope we can stay AND I hope there the terms are good. Just following this life journey blindly! 🙂

  2. barnraised says:

    Congratulations! What a cutie 🙂 Hope all works out.

  3. Bill says:

    Beautiful babies. I’m thankful for your joy and I’ve said a prayer that things work out best for y’all.

    1. Farmgirl says:

      Thank you! I do love babies. They bring such joy to a homestead. I love looking at the pictures of yours!

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