That's a great picture. How do you manage to get all these good action shots? I'm always a split second too late.
The lambs are getting huge. I understand the need to eat at the grownup table. I use to think they had better food and I knew they had better drinks.
"Ah, but a lamb's reach should exceed his grasp, or what's a heaven for?" (forgive me Robert Browning) - lambs like kids (goat babies) seem to always want what is just over there. Big time cute pictures this week FG!
reminds me of my nephew..the little lamb---he insisted he didn't need his booster seat anymore--(when he was 2-1/2 yrs old)...so we let him sit up at the table (strapped into the chair with one of my husband's ties) and he stretched himself so far to reach his plate of spagetti, he tipped his chair--face first--right into the pasta pile!!! (my husband was standing right behind him--so no chance of him taking a fall--but WOW was that face dive funny! )
Stretch gets an A for creativity. The other kids are saying "whaa???, how'd you do that?"
Hi Susan!! LONG TIME NO SEE/VISIT!!!! It has been quite a while...but after some crazy work/life stuff ModernGirlsKitchen.com is back and running on full speed again (or should I say back and cooking with gas!)...I have missed my regular check-ins with Farm Girl Fare (though I have peeked in from time to time!) Your site looks great and I love all your wonderful lamb/sheep photos :) I hope all is well with you - love to hear from you again! Emma (www.moderngirlskitchen.com)
That's quite a stretch!
I like your photos, the lambs are soooo cute.
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