Sunday, April 20, 2008

Sunday Daily Dose Of Cute


Raa Raa Black Sheep! (You know I love the black ones)

Current Lamb Count: 15, including this itty bitty newborn cutie pie. Number of farmgirls getting a little tired of stealth milkers - baby lambs who act as if they don't know how to nurse (and refuse to drink from a bottle, so you end up feeding them every couple of hours with a syringe) and then take a nice little drink as soon as you turn your back: 1.

© Copyright 2008 FarmgirlFare.com, the award-winning blog where it's late night sheep-related multi-tasking time: I've been ordering vet supplies (10 minutes before they closed), doing a prego/baby barn check (the moon is so bright!), and posting this lamb photo (the problem with black is that it always shows the dirt!) in between baking trays of banana bribe cookies (recipe coming soon!) for a farmgirl friend who's leaving her sheep tomorrow in order to come over to help me work mine. Baaaaaa!

3 comments:

  1. I don't know how you do it all. I love the photos, the little details of your life, the sheep, lambs, dogs, cats and the recipes. Thanks so much for sharing all of this with me/us.

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  2. How you will miss the daily dose of cute when they're all grown up little lammies. What a good friend to come and help you. And your a good friend too, because you know what it takes to get away from the farm. Can't wait to see the recipe, I have some bribing to do my self.

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  3. The baby lambs are soo cute. can't wait for the recipe!

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