Saturday, April 04, 2009

Saturday Dose of Cute: Spotted Beast?


Or Cutie Beauty? Annette's Twin Girl, Four Days Old (First day outside today!)

Current Lamb Count: 10. Ewe lambs: 8 (!)

Need more cute than this? Try these:
The First Daily Doses of Cute
Daily Doses of Cute Part 2
Daily Doses of Cute Part 3
Daily Doses of Cute Part 4
Daily Doses of Cute Part 5
Daily Doses of Cute Part 6
Daily Doses of Cute Part 7

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20 comments:

  1. Awwww...She's a Cutie!

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  2. very cutie beauty, of course! i'm living in vienna/austria/europe and enjoying each of your great pictures (combined with great headlines & subtitles, too) since 2006, when i found your blog. thank you to share them - and your experiences, the good and the sad ones - with us!

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  3. what a beauty and my goodness what a difference the new ram influence has had! Bless your heart - don't fret - 'cause soon it'll be planting and tending garden time too! (as in - the work never ends but neither does the satisfaction of jobs well done/and tasty!)

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  4. I LOVE LAMBING SEASON!!!! [Almost as much as tomato season =) ]

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  5. I vote Cutie Patootie! She's darling, as are all of the babes. Love your blog and really enjoyed seeing the story about you and the critters in Country Living!

    Happy Spring!!!

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  6. To cute for words! I'm falling in love with your country critters.

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  7. What a cute little spotted girl!

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  8. Hi Susan! All I could do was go "Ahhhh!!" right out loud! Those lambs are positively precious! One picture is cuter than the next (if that's even possible!) I am in love.

    Thanks you so, so much for sharing these miracles with the rest of us!!!

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  9. You need to install a lamb cam. That way I could sit here and watch them 24/7. You have some free time, right?

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  10. And I thought the black twins were beauties: this one is lovely, too!

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  11. I love their cute little faces!

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  12. Well now isn't that baby sweet. I love the spots!!!
    Hugs
    Amy

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  13. That little face just makes me want to hug her! I WANT one!!!

    For now though, it's 12 baby chicks (6 Barred Rock and 6 Rhode Island Reds) temporarily in my entry hall! (Pics of the cuties on my blog!)

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  14. She's so fuzzy, she looks more like a calf to me than a lamb. Must be the breed.

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  15. oh my god is it ok to get attached to this one - cuz it's pretty much the cutest thing ever.

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  16. Aww...my 4yo is sitting on my lap and the first thing she said when she saw the picture was "Mommy can we have a baby lamb?"

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  17. so so cute! a successful lambing season for sure :-). keep up the pictures!

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  18. I am so in love!!! What a cutie.

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  19. I want a farm like yours! Awesome Blog you have :O)

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