Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Tuesday Daily Dose of Cute


Bear Loves Babies!

Current Lamb Count: 28. Number of still pregnant sheep: only 4! Number of ewes who don't mind when Bear wants to help clean up their new lambs: only a few.

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4 comments:

  1. dear susan,
    i'm living in vienna/austria/europe and wanted to thank you for your "daily dose of cute". it's so lovely and warming. especially when bear takes care of "his" lambs.
    katharina

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  2. There's my baby Bear! I was hoping he would show up soon.

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  3. Cuteness! Our border collie is afraid of our sheep :(

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  4. very cute lambs you have there. bear takes care of his lambs is adorable.

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