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If You Ever Wanted To Snuggle Baby Goats Now Is Your Chance

The Bubbly Goat Farm invites guests to snuggle, bottle feed or participate in goat yoga sessions.

The family farm is nestled in beautiful Stockton, NJ. Cuddle away your worries as you snuggle with each and every baby goat.

The bottle feeding event is almost sold out. You can reserve your slot here.

However, they do still have snuggle visits only and plenty of slots available.

You can also enjoy a little goat yoga. The sessions consist of a relaxing 45 minute class with a professional yoga instructor and our baby goats.  This is a light yoga class and no experience is needed, ages 10 and up.

The Bubbly Goat Farm also offers opportunities for educational events, private parties, birthday’s, cheese making classes and so much more.


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About The Bubbly Goat Farm

Our goat herd and journey into creating goat milk skincare products started in 2017 with two of our very first goats. Over the years we have grown the herd and refined the process of making high quality goat milk products such as soaps and lotions that are not only free of toxic compounds but are able to cleanse and nourish skin. It’s our mission to raise our goats responsibly and create the best possible products that are pure and gentle. Because our goats lead a healthy, peaceful life, they provide us with plenty of milk to manufacture our products without using powdered goat milk which is by far inferior. Using this abundant supply of milk and by selecting top quality ingredients we are able to make the finest goat milk bath and home products for each of our customers. We also host seasonal on farm goat snuggle events and educational classes.

Pennsylvania Has 3 Of The Country's Best Kids Museums

Pennsylvania has 3 of the country’s best kids museums and chances are they are only a short drive away!

USA Today has once again released their Top 10 Children’s Museums in the Country.

It can be a challenge to keep kids entertained, especially on days when the weather doesn’t cooperate. Luckily these museums, voted as the 10 best in the U.S. for families, offer interactive and engaging experiences for kids and adults alike” their report says.

The list ranked the top 10 children’s museums in the US and their top choice was in Indianapolis.

USA Today said “A favorite Indy attraction, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is the largest museum of its kind in the world, encompassing 29 acres of fun-filled exhibits. Kids can snap a selfie with a T-rex, explore outer space through the lens of NASA’s Project Mercury, travel overseas without a passport in “Take Me There: Greece,” and play one of 12 sports outdoors in a fabulous interactive sports park with health in mind.”

Pennsylvania has 3 of the country’s best kids museums and chances are they are only a short drive away!

Here are the three ranked on the list this year:


  • Crayola Experience - Easton, Pennsylvania

    The Crayola Experience is ranked 10th overall on the list. USA Today says Be immersed in color at Crayola Experience, located two hours away from Philadelphia and New York City in Easton, Pennsylvania. There’s no limitation to creativity at this one-of-a-kind attraction, where children can explore art and technology. Let your imagination run free, color outside the lines and watch the magic of Crayola come to life! 10Best contributor Kyle McCarthy adds, “Hands-on, creative space with a playground, art displays, teacher-led arts workshops and live science show about how crayons are made.”

  • Please Touch Museum - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    This place was a birthday party STAPLE when I was a kid and is ranked 7th overall. USA Today says Philadelphia’s Please Touch Museum offers two floors of exhibits that kids are actively encouraged to touch. Little ones can build at the Imagination Playground or go down the rabbit hole to a Wonderland-inspired play station. A historic and recently refurbished carousel is a great way to end a visit on a high note. The museum also hosts a variety of family-friendly programs, so there’s always something new to explore.

  • Children's Museum of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    A little bit further of a drive but this place seems worth it! USA Today says Inside the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, visitors can explore numerous hands-on, interactive exhibit areas meant to spark curiosity. The Garage is the place to explore things that bounce, race and roll; the Studio allows kids to express their creativity through various art forms and the Kindness Gallery lets kids try different forms of communication to send messages of empathy and kindness. This was ranked 2nd overall.

IG @deannaontheair Deanna started her radio career in Reno, Nevada. A jersey girl at heart, she found her way back to the east coast and is now the Morning Show lead at WJBR. Check out Deanna and Justin In The Morning weekdays 5:30-10am!

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