Monday, May 12, 2008

Monday Daily Dose Of Cute:
Sleeping With A Smile?


First Day Out Of The Bonding Suite Is Exciting & Exhausting

© Copyright 2008 FarmgirlFare.com, the award-winning blog where this little guy has been feeling under the weather since this photo was taken last week, but thanks to some tasty vitamin paste, plenty of fluids, and lots of TLC - plus another stay in a private bonding suite with his mom - he seems to finally be perking back up. Today he received the Vitamin D treatment - a day out in the sunshine on fresh green grass. Now that ought to do it.

5 comments:

  1. He looks so warm and comfortable. I hope he feels better soon and is up and about running around the fields.

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  2. How cute:) It makes me want to snuggle up.

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  3. Great series of awwwwww photos this spring FG. Hope you haven't gotten the wicked weather we had to the north of us. Isn't it satisfying when a baby critter isn't doing well - then we intervene doing our human things and they get stronger? Sounds pretty dumb written out but I am so amazed when it happens - just a few extras and their body is able to get the boost it needed to begin to thrive. Good for you!

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  4. Mmm, vitamin paste. Now THAT sounds appetizing.

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  5. Hi Susan, I hope you are doing well. First thing I thought of when I heard of those tornadoes was you and your farm! I feel like I know you through your blogs. Hope all is well. Take care, Duane

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