Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Farm Photo 3/25/08: Daily Dose Of Cute


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15 comments:

  1. When I saw this picture, I thought, would they let you walk up and give them a big hug??? Guess you have to go slow...right???

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  2. Awwwwww - what a cutie!!! Thanks Susan, I needed that! :-)

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  3. Ahhh thank you - I needed a cute lamb picture to start a very busy day (already in from feeding our one bottle baby - little Nubian buck we adopted from friends' herd) but a touch more cute baby animal never hurts! Hope you are staying dry - weather reports look rough for your part of the world!

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  4. I love the comment about "having" to snuggle the baby lambs. I agree, it is a hard job, but somebody has to do it. Then, my hubby wonders why all the inhabitants of our farm love me more than they do him. LOL

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  5. Awww... she is so cute!! I just want to pick her up and hug her!

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  6. This truly is my favorite time of year on your blog. I love to see the babies. They are just so cute and it sure makes me wish more and more, that I didn't live in the city. ugh!

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  7. What a precious little one! I so enjoy visiting your farm through your pictures! blessings, Kathleen

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  8. Cute, cute, cute. We're still waiting for our first 2008 lamb. Congratulations on making me impatient! ;-)

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  9. Too cute! I'm now off to go snuggle with the kitties, to get the snuggles out of my system.

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  10. So very very cute! I needed that today! Thanks for sharing!

    Jeanette
    www.youngliving.org/jccronk

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  11. I like your blog it has a lot of cool things.

    God bless
    www.mydoggilicious.com

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  12. How is Cary? Does she pay attention to the new lamb babies or ignore them?

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