Mo moved from the house to the doe barn last Friday. Since then we have been rotating the does through his pen so that he has companionship and they get used to him.
Last night Bekah accidentally left the gate from his pen to the main doe barn open and when I went out to give him his bottle this morning I discovered him mingling with the ladies. They were mostly tolerant of him, and he wasn't afraid to jump into the middle of the pack to see what everyone was eating.
After his bottle was finished I snuck away so he wouldn't see me leaving in the hopes that he wouldn't do as he has done before and run through the fence to follow me to the house. It apparently worked because he followed the rest of the herd down the hill to graze in the lower pasture and I had to call them all in to get him back for his mid-day bottle.
After his bottle, he was content to stay with the ladies and didn't cry for me to come back. Guess the little guy has finally learned he is a goat. :) Mo is just a month old now, so we will be bottle feeding him for a few more months yet. I plan to keep him with the does until he is about 4 months old and then move him over to the bucks pen.