Butternut Squash Goat Cheese Pasta.
OkOK! It’s finally time for baby goat photos + all things fall!
First, I am so sorry these photos took me forever to get posted. Those little baby goats are hard to catch, as they always seem to be running and jumping. I guess that’s just what baby goats do!
SO, a few things to note. Even though these cute little goats seem small, they have actually doubled in size since they were born. The first two kids are 3 weeks old today, and the youngest two kids are only 2 weeks old, but guys, they are growing so fast!
Not going to lie, I still wish they were tiny newborns again, SOOO cute.
Also worth noting is that these little babies like to stick together. If they’re not with their mom then they are running around and playing. Looking out my window everyday this week has been amazing. This last week has been the first week they have all been SUPER active, out all day! It’s so fun to watch them and a very nice ten second break as I walk past the window. Perfect little unexpected mood booster too!
If you’ve missed any info about the baby goats, we have five babies, or kids as they are technically supposed to be call. Three of the kids are boys and two are girls. Layla, Mara and Tiramisu, the kid’s mothers, are all doing awesome and being the best kid loving moms! It was somewhat of a rocky start for a couple of the kids, but everyone is healthy and good!
Alright, so here are the photos. Sorry, some of them are not the best, but like I said, they’re kind of hard to capture. They surely DO NOT sit still like my food does.
I know! Aren’t they just the cutest thing you’ve ever seen?!? I honestly love them to pieces. Our original plans were to not keep the kids, or at least not the boys (aka billies, which can be really hard to handle). BUT I just do not see how we could ever separate them from their moms. Like I can’t. Plus, they seem to really like it here on our little Gerard family wannabe “farm”.
Question: what do you think? Do you love the goats as much as I do? Should I be making homemade goat cheese with all my fresh goat milk?!?!
Who else is so beyond excited for fall? Clearly I am pumped, so I thought I’d share a few fall inspired things I am loving!
A couple things first…
Here is a brand new Crate and Barrel Halloween Party that I put together, a fall dinner party, a super pretty Fig, Honey and Thyme Martini AND and autumn bedroom makeover!! If you guys have time, you have to check these post out. I LOVE each and every one of them and had so much fun working on them! 🙂
New videos are live for these Spaghetti Squash Lasagna Boats, this Pumpkin Spice Latte, these delicious Harvest Chocolate Chunk Cookies, these Quinoa Burgers and these cookies!! Hip, hip for recipe videos!
…this candle that perfectly captures fall and all its amazing smells. the BEST.
…the perfect cozy soup for a chilly day this week.
…this raw honey that’s possibly the prettiest honey ever AND totally delish.
…this pizza that is so comforting and cheesy. my favorite.
…this picture perfect fall scene. my dream.
…these cookies are 100% the perfect fall treat. need.
…this cozy sweater has me written all over it.
…this skillet dinner has Sunday night written all over it. happening.
…this backpack. so cute.
…what’s your favorite fall food? What are you watching tonight? I picked hot chocolate!
…these scones for Sunday brunch. two words. brown. butter.
…this Halloween costume. Grease!
…for all the chocolate lovers. gimme.
…this list. 49 reasons why fall is the best season ever. I think #31 is my favorite!
…finally I have major plans to watch all my favorite Halloween movies. Soo all the Disney classics- Halloweentown + Hocus Pocus + Twitches! I’d also love to do a Harry Potter marathon!! Oh and yes, I am the biggest dork ever, but no matter how old I get, I think I will always love these movies! 🙂
Question: What movies are you guys watching this fall? What are you most looking forward to? What are you currently loving? Tell me!
That’s all from me today! Hope you guys enjoyed the baby goat photos + all things fall!! Have a great Sunday!
So, first of all, do you really have 18 people in your family?, I have 3 brothers, and I can’t imagine anymore! How old was your brother Red, when he won Gold in South Korea? He looks so young!
I have a niece, and nephew that live in Telluride, are you close? They both teach skiing, and boarding! My niece is married to a crazy off trail boarder??♀️ Scary!
Do you all live together? That’d be either an awfully big house, or tight quarters? And, lastly, you deserve an Olympic Gold in cooking!! Keep up the great work! Be careful with your hands… I have burns on both forearms, a new one every year!?? OUCH
Well, I have 7 siblings and then my 3 cousins and their significant others are always with us as well. My brother Red as 18 when he won. I am not very close to Telluride. We don’t all live together:) Thanks for reading! xTieghan
Incredibly beautiful food photos, I love reading your blog! Quality photos like yours always inspire me! Tell me which camera do you use?
Hi Judith! All of my camera gear is linked until the photography shop on my site! I will link it in this comment as well! Let me know if you have further questions! xTieghan
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Oh my goodness, these photos are beyond cute! Such great captures! ?
Thank you so much Victor!
Oh my gush, you made me so happy this morning! Those goats are the cutest! But i gotta admit i love kittens more than goats.
Thank you Amilaa!
Your babies are precious. I always wanted goats too. Don’t give them away. Love and enjoy them. Life is short, make homemade goat cheese. Yum!
What are their names?.
Thank you! Their names are Tiramisu, Layla, Mara, Black Beauty, Jumpy, and the others my sister all ahas names for them!
How precious do these baby goats look! 😀 I cannot wait until you find adorable names for them!
OMG OMG OMG baby goats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i bet no ones freaking out at the poor chicken that had to be slaughtered for your chicken recipies – what an hypocritical post. You become what you eat, better remember this…
I adore these goats and your landscape! <3
Thank you Jena!
Oh my goodness, these photos are beyond cute! Such great captures! 🙂
Thank you!! This is so sweet!
Aaaah baby goats — my FAVORITE! I seriously for YEARS felt like my life long dream was to hold a baby goat in my arms (finally it was fulfilled on a backpacking trip to India bakc in 2013 — quite possibly one of the top 3 moments in my life) so as soon as I saw the title of this post on your homepage I knew I had to read every word! Awesome pics — they are soooo adorable! You’ve got to keep them all and make sure they stay baby goats forever (is that possible? ha) Those pics have seriously made my day!
Haha oh my gosh goats in India!! That sounds amazing!! So happy you liked my pictures of our goats!! Little guys are hard to get pictures of!! I wish they could stay babies forever, they are just so darn cute!! Thank you Vicky!!
I am DYING over these baby goats. So so cute! I would just want to watch them all day and I would get nothing done haha. Also, THAT MOUNTAIN VIEW. Stunning.
Haha thank you so much Chelsea!!
I’m loving the new Staub black pumpkin coquette!! I think I saw it on one of your posts…jealous! The weather has turned cool here in NC, and by cool I mean 79-75!! It’s still great! I loved seeing all your inspiring fall videos and your Crate and Barrel party/cocktail/room ideas! Honestly my favorite thing is the ability to roast some fall veggies on high without roasting my self and family!!
Haha ya seriously… Cooking during the summer gets a little hot! Thanks so much Cassandra!