Sassy Goat Eye Cream
Did you know that goats milk is amazing for the skin on your face? It is so gentle that it helps to calm troubled skin. It is great for all skin types and has plenty of benefits including boosting moisture levels, repairing the skin's barrier, preventing fine lines/wrinkles, and reducing acne and redness. Our Sassy Goat Eye Cream is an amazing product that helps your skin look brighter and younger. It was specifically developed to help make tired eyes look fresh, make swelling of the eyes go down, and to help fade away wrinkles. And with only 6 ingredients, this product is very smooth and light weight. The eye cream is not the only facial item we carry, we also have facial wash, masks, and lip balms. You may also want to check out our Oatmeal Sugar Scrub. I promise you will not be disappointed. And all products smell amazing.
All is Well on the Farm
Everyone on the farm is doing very well. The triplets keep growing and finding new ways to irritate the older goats. They are still jumping on and off things like adrenaline junkies. Makes me and "Goat Lady" so nervous to watch. Rosemary has become their little teacher and she enjoys spending time with them. The mamma's on the farm are spending their time together during cold weather helping each other stay warm. Anna doesn't even mind that Dior joins them. And we are still patiently waiting for Chanel to go into labor. We keep saying "any day now" but she replies with "yeah but not today" with just one look in her eyes. Can't wait to see what the up coming weeks has to offer on the farm. New baby/babies maybe just in time for our goat picnic? One can only hope.
Let's check in on our billy goats. Pepe has been spending plenty of time on the boys side and is doing great learning how to Billy Goat. It's fun to watch the older 2 goats show Pepe the ropes. The oldest, Beaux, is great at trying to teach him how to "play" head butting. He is gentle with his teachings, barely tapping Pepe's horns. However, Bleaux being a teenager makes him a little more rough. But that doesn't stop him from trying to join in on teaching Pepe how to goat. Bleaux knows that if he steps out of line and gets too rough with Pepe, then Beaux will step in and adjust the situation. It is fun watching these 3 grow together.
Now we have the last but not least of the triplets, Danielle (Dani). She is our other twin and looks so much like her sister in the face. And she stares you down when she is up to no good, just like her mom. She is by far the best snuggler out of the bunch. She will sit in your lap and expect you to rub her back the whole entire time. If you dare to stop, she doesn't hesitate to head butt you to let you know that is the wrong thing to do. Often times I have Clarice climbing on my back, with Dani in my lap, while Dom is out exploring. It is never a dull moment here on this awesome little mini farm.
We are focusing on Dominique this week. She is one of the "twins" out of the triplets. She has more brown on her back making it a little bit easier to tell her apart from Danielle. We gave her the right name out of the bunch. She is proving to be the dominant one and we often call her Dom. Even though she likes snuggles, you can often find her alone exploring. She is very curious and funny. She likes to think that it is no big deal to be alone, but when she realizes she can't see or find her sisters she starts calling out for them. And when she decides it's time for attention she is not afraid to knock her sisters out of the way, proving once again her dominant side.
A Piece on Clarice
This is Clarice, one of our triplets. If you sit anywhere near her, you can bet she will run up and jump on your back without hesitation. I call her our back climber and she gives the best goat massages. She loves having a close up and is very curious about the phone when I take pictures. She loves to give kisses and chew on hair. She is definitely one goat against personal space.
Show your face some Love
Let's go in a different direction this week and let me tell you about the two products I have been using from Cajun Corral Farm. I started using the Sassy Goat Milk Facial Wash and Facial Cream about three weeks ago. I love using this product in the morning because the smell awakens me and makes me feel refreshed. My skin has never been so soft and radiant. I like using it in the evening for a "wash of the day" routine. I can't wait to experience more of these amazing products, including body wash, body scrub, lotion, and so much more. The milk we use for the products is milked right off the farm from our lovely goats. Our products are all natural, alcohol free, and handcrafted on the farm by Sandra, "the goat lady."
Four Week Old Triplets
It's hard to believe that it has been four weeks since these adorable babies were born. I never knew how quick goats grow. One day they can barely walk and the next they are jumping on everything with aim. It is so crazy to me how much their personality has changed also. We are still trying to figure out who is going to be the dominant one out of the three. My money is on Dom. She is already very independent and doesn't mind being alone. She is the one by herself in the pictures. The other two are always cuddle up next to each other for warmth and comfort or playing together. Dani is still leading lady in cuddles. She does not like it when you are around and not showing her all of the affection in the world. And she is starting to show that it upsets her to not get love by nudging or nibbling you. Clarice is still coming into her own. She is following her sister's footsteps still. They are all really something else and have brought so much joy to the farm.
We have been extremely busy on the farm taking care of these three little ones. Marie's babies are growing so fast I can't keep up with them. We have Danielle who reminds me the most of Marie. She loves affection and is not shy about it. If you stop petting her, she instantly bumps you like "why did you stop"? This is something her mom did to me as well. Then we have Dominique who looks similar to Dani. Dom is very active and loves running and jumping on anything and anyone. She is very independent and doesn't mind taking naps alone. She is also our nibbler. She tries to nibble on anything near including her sister's ears. Lastly we have Clarice, she is the one that looks like daddy, Beaux. She is very loving and does not like to be left alone. If you take the twins out first, you can hear her screaming bloody murder in the background. They all are so adorable and have all us wrapped around their hooves whether we want to admit it or not. Even GrumpyGoat has developed a soft spot for these three.