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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Babies Have Arrived!

No, not me!  A few of the Jenness Farm goats have given birth to seven new babies!  The kids and I stopped by tonight and they were so cute inside the store in their pack 'n' plays.  Does this mean it's almost spring?  Wishful thinking...

So congratulations goes to:
Lily- 1 boy
Johanna- 2 girls, 1 boy
Prudence- 2 girls,1 boy

Feel free to stop by the shop and view the newbies!  They will be in the soap shop until Sunday, Jan. 24th and the farm store is open Wed. - Sun., 10am - 6pm.  More pictures can be found on the Jenness Farm Facebook page.

While you're visiting the farm store, be sure to browse through their 90+ varieties of goat milk soap as well as their other bath and body care products and soy candles (my favorite soap is their Peppermint Pick Me Up, use it everyday!).  Also, Jenness Farms' lip balm was named "best of" by NH Magazine, Jan 2010!
"A rare feat, but it happens - the staff members chose a unanimous favorite. Jenness Farm may be known for its goat milk soaps, but the lip balm is just as good. Not too waxy, good smelling without being overpowering, and it's light on the lips while still getting the job done. Comes ...in SPF varieties as well."
Something I'm adding to my "must try" list.  Jenness Farm will also be attending the upcoming (1/23) Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers' Market in Rollinsford at the Wentworth Greenhouses.

psst...don't tell anyone...


Jamie @ Bungalow Bee January 21, 2010 at 12:59 AM  

There is nothing cuter than a kid. SO sweet! :)

Geek+Nerd January 21, 2010 at 7:37 AM  

Those kids are adorable, and I LOVE Jenness products. It's such a nice deal to get a log of soap, you get 14-16 bars at a pretty significant discount. Love it!

Virginia January 21, 2010 at 7:50 AM  

Aren't they darling? Yesterday I picked up a bag of Peppermint "scraps" for a good discount. I let the kids pick out a small soap, Evan picked Blueberry (he so wants to eat it) and Lucy pick Pepperming which she calls "gum" soap :)

Elizabeth Walling January 21, 2010 at 9:44 AM  

Very sweet. :) Isn't there something so wholesome and satisfying about watching new babies come into the world?

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