Four-Legs, Spring, and Bunny Ears

Greetings, friends! It’s spring in Maine. (Or so the calendar says – brrrr.) Baby goats are on the ground, the first litter of baby bunnies has been weaned, the second will be arriving next month, and lots of exciting news is just on the horizon . . . (Can’t announce it all today, but stay tuned.)

First, a book update.

Yes, Fate of a Prince is still coming. There have been editing delays, but a great editing opportunity arose and it is progressing once again. I’m still head-over-heels for these characters, so of course, I have to share these aesthetics again.


*stares endlessly at the collages because I love these characters so darn much*

Okay. *clears throat* Moving on.

Anybody want some baby goat pictures to brighten their day?

The farm has been hopping! But not as much as it will be at the end of April when the next round of kidding starts.

Aanndd some baby rabbit cuteness . . .

Just wait until April when the farm is going to explode with cute baby animals and warm weather and green grass and . . . . .

Can you tell I love spring?

Anyway, what’s new with you? Spill all the beans in the comments! New book? Cute animal? Let’s chat.


Published by Hannah Gaudette

Hannah Gaudette is a home-school graduate living in the hills of New England. When she’s not writing or playing with the dogs, it’s a safe bet you can find her with some other animal, like goats. She is the founder of a sustainable agriculture movement called STEWARDSHIP in central Maine. She's a life-enthusiast and advocate for food allergy awareness, youth ministry, and service dogs.

6 thoughts on “Four-Legs, Spring, and Bunny Ears

  1. *stares at awesome collages with you* Those are epic, Hannah! I especially like the one where it says ‘You Already Know How This Will End’ (of course, now I need to know how it ends…XD)

    Aww!! The little baby bunnies!! And goats too! Too much cuteness! We have quail that are starting to come out, (can’t wait to see the babies) along with young rabbits whose ears still look to big for them *lol*.

    How many goats and rabbits do you guys have in total?

    I also want to wish you the best with your editing. I hope it goes well! πŸ™‚

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    1. Ha ha! Thanks. They were a ton of fun to make. And yes, you must know how it ends! πŸ˜…πŸ˜‰

      Aw, young quail are the cutest!! We have ducklings coming next month.

      We have around fourteen goats and six rabbits . . . but that’s always changing this time of year!

      Thanks! I hope so too!

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      1. I remember seeing ducklings at a feed store; so sweet! Especially when they were all huddled together, taking a snooze XD

        Oh wow, a lot! Have you and your family ever done 4-H projects?

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      2. Ducklings are the cutest!!! 😍

        I never really got into 4-H, but we did have lots of chickens, ducks, and turkeys when I was young. We got our first goats when I was around ten.


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