Monday, April 10, 2006

Girls' Day Out
or
No Room At The Bonding Suite Inn


I've Been Kicked Outside!

Well it's a good thing I didn't start leaving the farm every day, or I would have missed all the excitement. We've had five baby girls born in the last four days. That's why BB and her little cutie pie above were politely told that they had to check out of their bonding pen a day early--we needed the room. Snugglebunny had twins this morning, and first time mother Rosebud just gave birth to a big baby girl (start to finish was under an hour-woohoo!). They're are all doing fine, resting comfortably, and are of course absolutely adorable. Meanwhile, Bear & I are a little whupped. What a wonderful way to start the week.

15 comments:

  1. What a beautiful little lamb. This is probably a very ignorant question, but will she stay that pretty black color?

    With all those new babies around your farm, I'll bet you are exhausted! Such a joy to see them.

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  2. okay...I claim her....oh my I love her markings and her ears. I must paint her (she will be a big girl by the time I get to it )

    S - can you email me the photo can I can save it for later painting reference ? Thanks xoxo

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  3. I love the quizzical angle of the ears! What a darling.

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  4. Poor thing. That's the most dejected lamb I've ever seen! :) What you obviously need is a bigger barn. Oh wait, I think that's what I need! Congrats on all the babies. I want some mammals. I'm just up to my armpits in the spawn of the uppity chickens around here...

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  5. Wow, what do you put in the water out there??

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  6. Congratulations!! I can barely keep myself from hopping on a plane to come see them (and you) - so adorable! :)

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  7. Goddess bless the new life "popping" out all over the place!!!

    Lara Dee

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  8. What a handsome baby! Too bad they don't stay that little and cute.

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  9. Around our place we refer to those as "airplane ears." :-)

    So many babies in such a short time! What an amazing time of year for you.

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  10. oh, I know that exhaused feeling, and we only had 9.
    I will have to send you a lambing pin - so how many more to go? This one is rather overly-adorable, yes.

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  11. Such a cutie. You are a lucky one to have those adorable friends. I would love to hug them! ;-)

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  12. Congratulations on all those new children! Whew!

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  13. yikes! someone certainly has her hands full!

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  14. Awwwwww. I love coming here every day! Never know what cute or interesting thing you might have for us.

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