Okay so this is mother and baby who had a shaky start … it looked very much like a full-blown panic attack to me but seems it may have resulted from the round-up used.  Toxins will have ripple effects and farmers who use them should understand that …

Yes that’s my home in the background with the main stud Romeo just behind these two.

This one is Lucky, aptly named.  Tuppence is male and his official name is Ben … I prefer my name!  And just twelve hours after Lucky was born a third bub arrived.  The little ones are like any children completely fascinated with each other and playing together like soul mates.

Sunday morning was a gang bang … they mated four couples who were procreating all at the same time.  Which explains why the bubs are born so closely.  There was one mating where Romeo featured about a month ago.  But interestingly I’ve seen several attempted matings where one party wasn’t interested so another was needed to satisfy.

this shot was taken about half an hour after birth

Finding a local park for my tiny home is seemingly impossible, so desperate that today I did an interview with the local rag … wont be published for another week!  Talk about a slow process … 


  1. Oh they are adorable kate…and sadly yes, environmental toxins are affecting our animals..
    I hope you find a better slot for your tiny home..i pray that your next landlord would be great and that he will also have as much beautiful backyard where you can have really god shots and share to us the wonders of living in a tiny home around nature..

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  2. They are darling, and I’m glad the little one was okay. Toxins do stick around forever, and don’t just hurt their intended targets. I wish you the best of luck in finding a new place for your tiny home!

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  3. OKAY, Kate! Cuteness overload! 😀 Sweetness overload! 😀 Those faces! 🙂
    Thank you for sharing this photo and update!
    Continued bestest wishes for your relocating. So sorry to hear it’s still a hassle. 😦 Keep us updated.
    Don’t worry about the reblogs! It’s fun to discover your writing that is new to me! AND reread your “oldies, but greaties”!
    HUGS!!! 🙂

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