Monday, April 14, 2008

Monday Daily Dose Of Cute


Legs Up To There

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11 comments:

  1. Farmgirl,
    This is such a cute picture! I actually let out an audible "AWW!"

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  2. Is it just me, or are there a lot of black lambs this season? Or is that just you playing favorites :0)
    What is the lamb count?

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  3. You so need to write a children's book with some of the pictures of the animals. This one in particular is so worthy of captioning. What do you really think the one is saying to the other?...."you keep her busy and I'll find some snacks".... so fun.

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  4. I thought it was hilarious when I first saw the legs on our lambs. It's like they're born with a tiny lamb body but the legs of a toddler lamb. Is there such a thing as a toddler lamb? Did I just make up a phrase? But anyway, the ungainly legs are adorable. Especially when they first struggle to their feet and take their first wobbly steps.

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  5. They not only have model legs they probably weigh as much as some models.

    Your lambs are so much cuter!!

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  6. Very cute! Even our "short sheep" Shetlands come out all legs (though they even out quicker than most). Thanks for the smiles.

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  7. Why not clothes? :) What about some of those cute sheep coats, they use at the fairs? Something tasetful in Armani black.....

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  8. A bit of ZZ Top playing in my head now - not a bad thing - cutie lambs! Of course the funniest thing about babies is unlike the song - they don't quite know how to use them!

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