Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Cute









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6 comments:

  1. How adorable! We also have a baby donkey, Keister, born in April. I love their fuzzy muzzles, the incredible fur inside their ears, and their fluffy little bodies. These babies are SO full of energy, too, running as fast as they can, round and round, with the adult donkeys just looking on in wondering amusement. CUTE!!

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  2. OMG that is SO adorable!! The look on the calf's face is priceless. :) Thanks for sharing!

    Michelle

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  3. Absolutely precious!! Thank you so much (can I ever tell you enough?) for sharing these wonderful photos with us!!! They just make the day!!

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  4. So before I even got to the bottom of this post I was all squiggly inside saying I want to just bury my nose in the soft, chocolatiness (word?).

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  5. The sweet baby donkey picture is my favorite of all the pictures you've taken.

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