Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Ewe Lamb Portraits

Ewe Lamb Portraits 1

Ewe Lamb Portraits 2

Ewe Lamb Portraits 3

Ewe Lamb Portraits 4

Ewe Lamb Portraits 5
They Grow Up So Fast! (this picture is from 3/27—she's even more of a little lady now)

Ewe Lamb Portraits 6

© Copyright 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the sitting pretty foodie farm blog where these aren't all of the 2010 ewe lambs—just the ones who would agree to pose for a picture. I know that last one of Gigi (Eugenie's twin girl, born March 28th) is a little blurry (not enough light in the barn and I'm so lazy and technically challenged I take all my photos on the AUTO setting), but I couldn't resist that darling face!

10 comments:

  1. Oh so sweet!!

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  2. These lambs are adorable - I love how they are all different colors - each unique! Waaaay too much cute on the farm. Thanks for sharing the babies with us.

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  3. I love that little black one with the pink nose. How much more cute could you possibly get? And all of the spots are great too. I'm so glad that you share this with us. :)

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  4. Just when you think it can't get any cuter....it does!!!

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  5. The lamb is such a cutie, and so is your dog. Your pictures put a smile on my face, and I'm sure on everyone else's also. Girl, you have so much work to do, and still you find time for us. How do you do it? Thoughts are with you.

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  6. Thanks so much for sharing! What little lovies your lambies are.

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  7. Thank you, thank you, thank you for admitting that you usually use Auto on the camera. I thought I was the only one who couldn't get it all figured out.....

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  8. You really have had the cutest lambs I've ever seen this year - I know Carrie was an adorable baby and we all loved her story - but this new ram has made some mighty attractive babies. The noses - oh my goodness those noses!

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  9. OMG BAYBEEZ!!! LOOKIT THE BAYBEEZ!!!

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