Now here they are at our home.
"Ivy", our tan/white darling is the alpha goat . She is the first to dig in to the food, the first to greet us at the door and quick to give "Willow" her new sister a butt if she feels like it. She has blue eyes and is "polled", which means genetically, she has no horns.
"Willow", our black and white baby is still quite timid. She is slow to warm up but if seated on your lap is content to enjoy some cuddle time.
We watched the goat showing at the fair this year. I'm hoping the kids will be interested in showing these gals next year. For the time being, though, we are just enjoying their antics and affection.
We found the cutest kids play house on Craigs List for them to stay in. It needs a paint job as the children who previously owned it showed off their artistic talents with a wild paintbrush. Inside, there's plenty of indoor graffiti announcing the names of little girls allowed in the house and those who are banned(even little girls can be snarky), but it's the perfect little home for them.