Monday, July 27, 2009

Monday Dose of Cute: Mama Love


Daphne and Her New Baby Boy

Need more cute for a Monday? We've been capturing it for a while:
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
Daily Doses of Cute Part 8
Daily Doses of Cute Part 9
Daily Doses of Cute Part 10

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12 comments:

  1. I've known quite a few donkeys, but have never seen a baby! Lovely. So glad to hear from you over at my place.

    I was so thrilled when you left a comment about Emmy's breakfast being in a Bunnykins bowl. I was hoping someone would comment. Bunnykins bowls are a tradition in our family, everyone gets one when they are born. Emmy is 8 years old and still uses it regularly for breakfast!

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  2. Adorable baby and pretty mama! Lately I have been seeing lots of donkeys/burros, mini donkeys in New England and am completely enamored wit them. When I was young--a million years ago--my family owned a burro named Pancho. I loved him, too.

    Your blog is terrific and I thank you for sharing cuteness--especially for those of us who no linger live in the country.

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  3. Have you come up with a name for this cute little guy? He's adorable.

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  4. I know you'd mentioned wishing for a little girl but any healthy baby is adorable!

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  5. [POOF!]

    Sorry. I just exploded from the cute.

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  6. Very adorable, i love how the picture shows them lovingly nuzzling one another!

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  7. fairywingstoys7/28/2009 10:25 AM

    Hi Susan!
    I've thoroughly been enjoying your blog, as well as sharing it with friends, for quite some time now! Your photos put a great big grin on my face, and set me to wishing for a country life of my own...the same life I so dreadfully wanted to get away from as a teenager!
    I did have a question for you. Any chance that I could purchase a few photos? My mom would love a few of them (and so would I)and I thought they would make a lovely gift for her. You may e-mail me directly at fairywingstoys@yahoo.com
    If not, that is certainly fine, but I thought it couldn't hurt to ask!

    Thank you so much for your time, and the joy you spread!!!

    Emily

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  8. Oh, the little one is so cute!

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  9. Do you use the donkeys for work around the farm, or are they just there for the cuteness?
    love your blog.
    Tommy

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  10. I had a dream about a baby donkey last night. It was following me down the hallway of my grade school, playfully chewing on my elbow. How weird is that!

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  11. What an adorable baby. Has he brayed yet? What a sweet sound.
    Kelly

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