Sunday, March 07, 2010

Sunday Dose of Cute: Sunshine and Snuggling Up


Comfy Cozy is She

I Love the Black Sheep Best! (except for my baby Cary, of course):
11/18/05: Frosted Snugglebunny
4/8/06: BB and Her Newborn Baby
4/28/06: Snugglebunny's Twin Girls Always Stay Together
6/27/06: Snugglebunny's Twin Girls Heading Out for Breakfast
7/10/06: BB and Her Mother Tana Are Always Together
9/30/06: Seeing Double

2/9/07: I Love Black Sheep! (Sheep Shearing Photos)
3/14/07: Tana and Her Baby Boy, First Morning Outside
3/20/07: All Booked Up at the Bonding Suite Inn!
5/13/07: The Tail of Two Mothers: A Mother's Day Story from the Farm
10/11/07: Living by the Light
12/5/07: Spy Sheep

4/4/08: Anybody Need an Experienced Sheep Dryer?
4/20/08: Raa Raa Black Sheep! Another Black Baby Lamb
10/2/08: Gossip Central
4/3/09: Black Babes for Black Beauty
4/14/09: Too Cute for Words?
6/9/09: Stop, Look, and Listen
7/15/09: Getting Ahead. . .

© Copyright 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the neatly sheared and ready for the heat wave (it's supposed get up into the 60s today!) foodie farm blog where some of the black sheep—including this squished-by-choice ewe—turn grey as they grow up, but I still think of them as black sheep. And yes, there are some seriously pregnant bellies in this picture!

3 comments:

  1. 60s sound good - maybe they're just trying to keep each other toasty since they've lost their 'winter coats'. Great photo!

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  2. I had forgotten how long their necks are without their wooly coats.

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  3. I want to jump in the pile, too. Hrmph.

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