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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Welcome to the World: Roux and Bercer

Our Aries had a beautiful set of twins this morning.  The doeling has a straight black and white face and her name is Roux (Rue) -- means 'mother sauce,' oh yeah I miss Lousianna cooking and Mardi Gras season.  The buckling is more rusty so I called him  Bercer (Bar-seh) which means to 'rock gently as a baby' according to the French Creole dictionary.  I do so want to rock them both however; Ms. Aries is not having it.
 Roux, Bercer, and momma Aries
 Bercer and Banjo

Aries twins are as large as Almond's doeling 'Lady Walver.'  Both mothers are looking on and guarding their kids.  Banjo just doesn't know what to think.  LOL Everyone is twice his size with the exception of our 1 month and 2 week old chicks.


We only have momma March yet to have her kid.

14 comments:

emajen333 said...

Sweet!!! Congratulations!!

Nekkid Chicken said...

Want to make me some Boudan, Jen? I would love some crawdaddies right now. LOL

Sharon said...

Aw... How very cute!

emajen333 said...

Wouldn't that be Heaven? Eating crawdaddies while watching the new babies play! I am JONESING for a crawdaddie FIX!

mixednut555 said...

Adorable! And I love the names. Congratulations!

Nekkid Chicken said...

Good Morning Sharon! Thanks for stopping by. Hope your mouth feels better after the dentist.

Jen, I would kill for a trip to New Orleans right now. Or a over night at the casinos so, I could hit the buffet to fill up on crawdaddies. OMG LOL

Jim said...

Adorable is the word, Mal! I could 'watch' them for hours. Thanks for this update.

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

they're cute. Mal, do you eat your Boer goats?

Linda said...

Congrats!

Nekkid Chicken said...

We will wether Bercer just in case the decision is made to eat him. Been checking into the pliers and bands for his fifth week. Do you guys eat your meat goats, Joanne?

Thanks Linda

Texan said...

Cuteness girly! woowhoo you got a girl in the twins and a girl last time. Your on a roll!

Diane said...

So cute. Congrats.
Blessings
Diane

amberk said...
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amberk said...

awwwwwwwwwwww thats so cute