When I started looking at the first milking does to bring on to the farm, namely Bridget, I joked with my Mom and some friends and family that I was going to meet "the future Mother of our kids". My mom, having as weird a sense of humor as I do, cracked up while other people were just confused. "Get it - Kids like goat kids!" Eh... not so much.
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