Oh, Farmgirl, just who is this sweet baby!! Too cute for words!! Thanks for sharing! : )
The cuteness does not end! How do you get on with normal life after seeing these photos? Or even better...being there with them?Jane
That is what I am going to feel like doing tonight after I tackle attempting to make the ultimate home made pizza tonight. Looking forward to your first session!
Awe how adorable! But then baby cuteness goes a long way!Glad everyone is doing so well.
She looks so blissed out. Aaaaah...Thank you for sharing, as always.
Let me guess...he's drunk on mama's milk?
That looks like what I wish I could be doing today instead of pulling weeds to get the garden ready for spring. Not my favorite thing to do, but it has to be done. I wish I had a black and white speckled lawn mower!
wow! so cute!! i love little cuddly wooly lambs! i love visiting your blog and seeing all the pics of your animals!
The cuteness... it is almost painful..yet I cannot look away...!aaaAAAAAAaaaaawwwwWWWW!
Around here we see that a lot... only with cats. :)You're making me want some larger relaxed critters!
Hi Fancy Free,You're quite welcome. Always nice to hear from you.Hi Mumbai Guy,Yep. : )Hi Impossible Jane,How do I "get on with normal life is normal life! It's all lambs lambs lambs at this time of year. : )Hi Winedeb,So glad you're excited about AYearInBread.com--we are, too!Hi Azurelynn,Baby cuteness definitely goes a long way. Hi Anonymous,She does look blissed out. I think I need to keep looking back at this photo to remind myself to stay calm and not get freaked out over the next several lamb-filled weeks. : )Hi Sarah,Drunk on mother's milk--I love it.Hi Vickie,That's what I'm supposed to be doing now--pulling weeds. Maybe I should bring a couple of those black and white speckled lawnmowers into the garden with me. Oh wait. I did that last year--and the garden is still recovering, LOL.Hi Cell,So glad you're enjoying your e-visits to the farm. Thanks for taking the time to write. : ) Hi Cate,You can't have one yet--they're too small to leave their mothers. You could, however, take a baby and mother--free lawn mowing and costs less than keeping a large dog. : )Hi Thalia,You crack me up.Hi Rurality,You definitely need to get some larger critters!
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