Thursday, February 04, 2010

Thursday Dose of Cute:
Scratching Her Face—or Rushing the Camera?


You Never Know with Freida

More wooly faces through fences:
3/8/06:
Counting Sheep, Not Getting Much Sleep
3/10/06:
Life When You're 12 Hours Old
4/4/06:
Babies Chew on Everything

2/18/07:
Baby Cary in a Makeshift Playpen on Sheep Shearing Day
3/8/07:
Doll Face & Her Baby Boy Bonding in their Bonding Suite
4/1/07:
Making Mischief in the Morning Light
12/5/07:
Spy Sheep
12/22/07:
Strange Things Happen on the Solstice

3/13/08:
Cary, No Baby
4/11/08:
A Tender Scene—and the Whole Picture
10/2/08:
Gossip Central
1/26/09:
Wide Eyed & Wooly Tailed
4/9/09:
Oh, You Big Baby
11/8/09:
Hello Girls!

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7 comments:

  1. What a beautiful color face. She is a sweet girl. Our ram tried to butt me the other day when I quit petting him. I bet this girl is much sweeter.
    Kelly

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  2. Very sweet! What a beautiful face! you are lucky to be around so many animals...

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  3. Awww.. she's so beautiful!
    blessings
    ~*~

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  4. What a beautiful animal! I find it hard to believe that's your real life - it seems to idyllic! I can imagine the wonderful smell of your kitchen as well..

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  5. Such a cutie. She was hoping you had an extra treat for her.

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  6. Oh, what a sweetheart! Give her a hug from all of us.

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  7. Frieda has a beautiful face...Looks like she is staying quite warm in the freezing temps.

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