Aii I love the lambing season!
You know, it looks as if that little guy (girl?) could catch an updraft with those ears and just fly away. Like Dumbo. Except with sheep.
It's as if their bodies can't get all those components working on the same wavelength - legs do this, ears do that - oops . Truly good dose of cute.
Oh my goodness, how precious!!!!
The little darling looks so cute all snuggled up against the tree. I grew up on a farm and now live in suburbia, so reading your posts and seeing your pictures helps keep this country girl grounded. I also have just started a blog about the garden that I'm growing this year. I've got you as a link so others can see the cuties. Here's mine if you want to take a look: www.locallysown.blogspot.comEdie
These creatures are so adorable!vickie
It feels as though he's just a natural in front of the camera. Like, Mr. Demil (sp?) I'm ready for my shot. Too sweet.
Sigh! I came here for my daily dose and I got it! Thank YOU! kiss/hug
Adorable!!! Look at that face!!
Too much cute there...too much! :)
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