Monday, July 14, 2008

Monday Daily Dose of Cute:
Itchy Itchy, Scratchy Scratchy

If Only She Could Reach That Backy!

© Copyright 2008 FarmgirlFare.com, the award-winning blog where having two adorable baby donkeys around has proven to be very distracting—and we're loving all the wonderful 'E' names you've been suggesting for Daphne's little girl (pictured above). It definitely won't be easy to choose the perfect one! Hmmm, maybe she needs a two-name name.

21 comments:

  1. That pic is so cute!!!
    I just wanted to leave a comment letting you know that I have been trying to catch up on older entries about your farming experience. It has been most fascinating!! I am doing sort of an "Urban Homesteading" thing. I have a garden going, use the frugal stock-up method and am employing as many "Simple-Living" techniques as I can find. The recipes that you post are equally as fascinating to me. I plan to stop by regularly, and look forward to future posts.

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  2. How about "Emmie Lou?" Sounds like a sweet country lass.
    (That's my grown neice's nickname.)

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  3. The donkey cuteness is my favorite! Don't get me wrong...I love, LOVE, the lambs, but there's just something about baby donkeys! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Ella. Could be short for Ellie May or for Cinderella. She is a princess, after all! I never knew donkey's could be so adorable! Hey, even Dan is adorable.

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  5. That is a cute little ass.

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  6. How absouletly adorable! And a great b-day present, I agree. (I'm a July baby too; I turn 40 today!)

    For names, how 'bout Ethel. Second choice would be Ellie Mae.

    I visit your site every day for your great photos, comments, and recipes. You live an amazing life. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. So cute! What a life you lead! :)

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  8. Terrific picture - those donkey babies are giving lambs a run for the "cuteness" prize! I'll make one last plea for naming - check the blog and see if your little sassy mcthing isn't an Ethel Emma to the bone?
    http://buhlaland.blogspot.com:80/2008/07/snapshots-of-life-well-lived.html

    OK I won't pitch it any more - and loving those baby pictures!

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  9. Oh she's a beauty! How about Eensie.

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  10. Love the baby donkey pictures. We have donkeys, too, and last year's baby, April-Michele, also would run around that imaginary track at 60 mph, then finally after maybe 4 cycles, head back to ma for a drink.
    Your babies are as cute as a button. My names would be Earlene (cause of those magnificent EARS), or how about Echinacea,the lovely flower.

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  11. What a cutie :-) Congratulations Farmgirl on your new addition!

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  12. Ellabella, or ellabelle?

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  13. As anyone ever told you that you have a cute ass? LOL
    I love her!

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  14. I so love your blog and the donkey family. The newest baby could be Edna Mae??

    Thanks for sharing.

    Linda in Chapel Hill

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  15. Cute, cute, cute donkey babies! How about Eudora? That great southern lady Eudora Welty would be tickled, I'm sure.

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  16. Oops, I made my suggestion on the wrong day. I was thinking Esmé might suit your darling donkey.

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  17. such a cute little darling. As for an E name, I happen to like my own...Edie! (like Edy's ice cream, just a different spelling).

    I don't know how you'll choose, it took me 2 weeks to name our cat Mira.

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  18. Esmarelda...is that a name? And I might not have spelled it correctly.
    She is some kinda cute donkey! She looks so tiny.

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  19. How about Ermingard? I agree with everyone else--she is super-cute!

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  20. One would bet that you never have to watch TV to be entertained.

    For a donkey name- Endy - just a little diffrent from the indy cars and just as fast- at least in her mind. haha

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  21. Where its mom has gone?For shopping?

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