That's what we call it here, anyway. It's highly entertaining, what goes on in the pasture out there, or what we see out the window sometimes. More often than not, at least once during the making of dinner, or cleaning of the kitchen, or studio work in progress, I look out the window and declare, "what on earth?" Usually what I see involves a goat on a leash, or a cat. Never a dog, because that would just be too logical. Sometimes there is a duck in a wagon. Or a (full-grown) lamb on a lap. Plenty of handmade ramps for all of the above to climb on. And tarps and fabric and sticks for shelters here and there as well. Sometimes I get the notion that the kids need something in the way of more traditional 'outdoor toys' - like maybe I should buy a slide or something. And then, thank goodness, I'll see someone walking by dressed in full costume with a chicken under their arm and a goat on a leash, and I'm reminded that they're just fine.
I think it's safe to say that those goats are soon to be Mamas. Not until June or so (late breeding and a young, small and inexperienced buck!), but soon enough. Two pound (at birth) baby goats? Oh goodness. We'll have plenty to entertain us!