Friday, May 01, 2009

Friday Dose of Cute: May Day! May Day!


We Have a Situation Involving Extreme Cuteness in the Barnyard—Approach with Caution



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16 comments:

  1. What a cutie - doesn't her coat look soft, I just want to give her a cuddle.

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  2. I can hardly wait till I have my goat and then they have babies.

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  3. Too cute for words, just makes me want to scoop up little lambie and cuddle. I really wonder how you manage to get anything done around the farm ~ let alone cook and bake. I am hoping if the dust stops flying around in my life I can try the recipe from yesterday - looks yummy......and hopefully fool (as in me) proof!! Maybe tomorrow!

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  4. So adorable! Lambing season must be just a cuteness overload - between the hours and days and weeks of hard work, that is!

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  5. I just vote for cuddling her a bit and perhaps a little spf 15 on that pink nose! One of our nubian goat kids has white ears and suffering from a touch of burn this year - ah the curses of cuteness (at least that is my observation - never had that problem personally!)

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  6. I don't think you can die from 'cutenss overload', but these pictures are just about to kill me!! Honestly, these babies are soooooo adorable! As Michele wondered, "how do you manage to get anything done around the farm?" I would just have to spend all of my time cuddling the babies. Thanks for sharing these pictures with us!

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  7. Ack! I'm bubbling over all over the couch from cuteness disease! Too adorable. Do you rent them out for cuddles?

    I agree, that little one needs a little spf on her pink nosey and on the ear rims.

    Argh...so cute!

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  8. HAAAAA. I think that's the best title you've ever written.

    The lamb's not bad, either.

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  9. Darn it! I was going to say "too cute for words" but Michele beat me to it!

    This little one could be a contender for a new "name that lamb" contest...whatayathink?

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  10. What a little honey! Wish I had a yard and then maybe I could borrow her for a weekend?

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  11. Susan,
    In lambing seasons past, it seems like you had more black lambs who turned white later. This year, your babies are white at birth. Are they a different variety? Or perhaps I'm hallucinating? Maybe it's earlyearlyearly-onset alzheimers?
    Still loving your blog after all these years =) (3 or 4, I think)

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  12. Awwwww he is too darn cute!! Love the pictures on your blog.
    Hugs
    Amy

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  13. Someone's gonna have to arrest this blog on the grounds to extreme cuteness.....

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  14. So glad to see your sheep the other side of the Earth..they are so cutie ;)

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  15. i swear, your babies are the cutest little critters ever.. thanks for sharing..

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