Thursday, March 25, 2010

Thursday Dose of Lamb Cute: Those Ears!

Baby's First Minerals
Baby's First Minerals

Those Ears! (Rear View)

Those Ears!
They Get Me Every Time

© 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the just out of reach foodie farm blog where baby lambs are programmed to dash away from any potential danger/predator, which means that—even thought I'm obviously not a danger—this time of year I spend an inordinate amount of time reaching down and grabbing the empty space where a quick little bundle of cute used to be in my constant attempts to catch me some cuddle time!

11 comments:

  1. Oh! The fluffiness! *Squee!*

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  2. You make it entirely too difficult to not pack my family up and move somewhere we can have lambs. I mean, I knew they were cute but oh my goodness!!

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  3. Oh my god those are adorable! I feel like if I had those two little babies everything in my life would be perfect and melt into a rainbow of sugar and cupcakes! :) Sans the lamb poop! :)

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  4. Thank you so much for creating this blog. I keep thinking that it's time to take that fork in the road of life toward a new (read rural) life, but unfortunately I'm not married to the type of person who dreams of it as I do, so visiting your site every day keeps me sane sometimes! I've learned so much since finding your website, too, about sheep in general. I enjoy very much the stories you share; as a children's book illustrator, I see so much on your farm that inspires me. And I'm sure I'll be using some of those wonderful recipes. Thank you again.

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  5. How amazingly cute!!! I know you do spend a lot of time trying to protect them from the wildlife that lurk about. On this mountain tree farm, there's evidence of bear, cougar and bobcat. My husband keeps telling me that when I tell him how much I'd like to have Nigerian dwarf goats. Now, seeing these lambs...OMGoodness.

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  6. Ooooo. The lambikins are so cute! I'd want to cuddle them too.

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  7. absolutely cuteness exponentially increased - indeed the ears but OH the noses!

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  8. They are adorable, but nothing beats the original cutie, Cary!

    http://foodiefarmgirl.blogspot.com/2006/05/tiny-tail-for-mothers-day.html

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  9. How cute! Reminds me of the baby goats we had. Named them George and Abe because they were born on Presiden't Day!

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  10. I don't know how you manage to get anything done with those impossibly adorable lambs around. I know I wouldn't!!

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