Monday, May 5, 2008

New Babies!

Beatrice gave birth to twin bucklings this afternoon.







I'm thinking we should name them something spicy in honor of Cinco de Mayo. Maybe Chipotle and Ancho? 

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Buenos nombres. ¡Me encantan los cabillitos!

Joan said...

How about Cumin and Cayenne?

Zarya Bintz said...

Those are perfect names! These pics always put a smile on my face and the kids in my house love them too! Thanks Susan:)

Sharon said...

I vote for Chipotle and Ancho for Cinco de Mayo.

mydogpetey said...

How about Tomatillo and Tabasco?

--Deb said...

Awwww! No opinion on the names, but that next-to-last photo of the two babies and Mom? So, so sweet.

Hillary Dickman said...

We have a cat named Nacho and he's a wild one. Watch out for those spicy Mexican names!!

Mary, Mary... said...

Hey y'all from Cinco land! I love the idea of Nacho and how about Chuy (pronounced chewie)? Chuy is a Mexican nickname for Jesus(hay-soos) which is pretty common there. There's also Pancho, Chulo, Chucho(variant on Chuy), Lolo and Kiko.

And don't forget....Zorro!

And, yes, I'm actually related to people with some of these names.

Congrats on twin boys, especially after all those girls!

JC said...

Love the pictures. They are beautiful. The names will always remind me of Cinco de Mayo.

Quirkles said...

Still checking on the farm from China! Can I just say that you are an absolutely amazing photographer? Seriously! I love every one of your photos!
I love all the names suggested. Any of them will be so cute!
Jessica

Anonymous said...

I like chipolte,I don't know what Ancho is. I like Cumin & Cayenne. What about Habenero & Jalapeno(sp?)?

agricultora said...

You could name them ancho and poblano, variations on the same pepper, since they're twins. Alternatively, chipotle and jalapeño, since they're also the same pepper... But all of the suggestions are really cute, and so are they and their mama!

Maggie said...

I love the pepper names, especially what agricultora said about using variations of the same pepper :). Congrats!

jenibug said...

I like Ancho and Pablano too... and for the same reasons... one of my favorite chilis!

Congrats Susan, they are just adorable.

Susan said...

Quikles, I'm so glad you commented! I was sad when I got your auto-reply that you were in China. Don't worry- the yarn isn't ready yet.
Have a great time and eat lots of weird cool stuff so you can tell me all about it.

Jenny said...

Churro y Enchilada? Burrito y Taco? Margarita y Corona? Guacamole y Pico de gallo?