That has got to be the cleverest caption I've seen yet. Your brain must function best when you're sleep-deprived. :-)
All I can think of is the "Are you my Mother" kids book where the little bird falls out of the tree and the big Zonk puts her back in the nest! Great photo!
So adorable!Do you have to keep mama hen and the baby apart from the other chickens or are they all being nice?
That is the cutest I must say of all the daily doses of cuteness.
I'm loving that caption, too!Where are you when we run Name That Photo Contests at my site? I meant to remind you to submit a photo for the Cutest Pet Photo Contest. You could win a free year's subscription to Mother Earth News (a WONDERFUL magazine).Blessings!Lacy
How cute! I love the caption!!!! too bad more of the eggs didn't make it. That is one CUTE CHICK!
OHHHHH! How adorable! Mama Hen looks like my Myrtle Mae!
I don't think there's ever a cuteness overload here - loving the lambs and hoping that little chick soon gets some company....kat
Adorable! Aww, I just love chickens, and I have one week old chicks right now in my garage. I haven't raised chickens since I was 12, so I'm very excited.
This is absolutely adorable! In fact, I'd love to frame it and hang it in my country lookin' kitchen :D. So sweet...thanks so much for sharing!
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