Saturday, April 11, 2009

Saturday Dose of Cute: This Baby Rests Easy


She Knows the MomDefense and Snugglebunny Backup Are in Place

Current Lamb Count: 13. Number of "Oh my god these lambs are so cute!" moments: Too many to count.

Just joining us for lambing season? Catch up here:
4/2/09: Baa Baa Baby Baa Baa! Lambing Season 2009 Has Begun!
4/3/09: Black Babes for Black Beauty
4/4/09: Spotted Beast?
4/6/09: Whispering Sweet Nothings?
4/7/09: Think Pink
4/9/09: Oh, You Big Baby

© Copyright 2009 FarmgirlFare.com, the itty bitty foodie farm blog where every lamb knows that the better you nap, the bigger you get—and the more energy you have to race around and around the barnyard with your friends, having fun and making your mother dizzy. (And for those of you wondering why there's a car axle sitting in the barnyard, it's a hog toy leftover from Joe's pig raising days—the enormous sows would push it around for fun, when they weren't playing with their bowling balls.)

4 comments:

  1. Car axles?? Bowling balls?? Adorable lambs?? Is there no end to the fun you can have on that farm??
    I am sooo jealous! Happy Easter and Happy Lambing season!

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  2. the girls look so stylish in their freshly sheared Easter outfits! My goats like to play with brush hogs, post hole drillers and box blades - we'd give them a jungle gym but I think they prefer farm equipment!

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  3. Last week, we were still having some sleet and cold weather here in Wyoming, so the sheep and babies had to wear their jackets. I haven't seen yours in their little coats so it must be warm enough there for them to hang up their coats.

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  4. Those lambs are so very cute! Keep the photos coming - I'm loving them! And, clearly, I didn't have big enough toys when I had my pig. She would move heaven and earth every day. I called it re-arranging the furniture. An axle like that would have kept her quite busy!

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