Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Wednesday Daily Dose Of Cute


Chocolate Chip Biscotti's Twin Boy In The Barnyard

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10 comments:

  1. Now this is surely a dose of CUTE!!! Darling little one!!
    sunkissed in Arizona NG

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  2. Amazing how much his color has lightened already. I had no idea they changed that quickly.

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  3. you know...all of these adorable farm babies do not help my Serious Case of Wanting a Farm...with allll of the babies included...

    and I love that Whitney's babies grew up so handsome...even if 4 of them are Guy Chickens...

    I met a Black Cochin recently with whom I fell madly into love...but I have the feeling he is a philander and was just triflin' with my affections! :)

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  4. Oh my goodness gracious..he is just tooooo cute!!! :)

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  5. You are putting me right off lamb kabobs, you know! Very cute.

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  6. What a sweetie! I wanna pinch his little sheepy cheeks!

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  7. What a cutie that little guy is! I'm surprised you find the time to post during lambing season Farmgirl. Such dedication!

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  8. This just might be the cutest one yet!

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  9. Oh, he looks like Will Smith!!!

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  10. Now that's the CUTEST of all photos on this blog. It captures the essence of a baby.

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