Thursday, June 03, 2010

Thursday Big Dose of Little Lamb Cute: Double Trouble

Double Trouble 1

Double Trouble 2

Double Trouble 3

Double Trouble 4

Double Trouble 5

Double Trouble 6

Double Trouble 7

Double Trouble 8

We had 11 sets of twin lambs born this spring (one of these days I'll get around to posting a lambing season final report), and it's so sweet to see how much they love to stay together.

It's always lambing season online!
(click here and here to see these posts on two long pages)
3/25/10: Those Ears!
3/26/10: Mama Love
3/28/10: A Sneak Peek
4/21/10: Snuggle Up
4/23/10: Surrounded!
5/4/10: Lazy Daisy
5/11/10: Meeting Marta
5/13/10: Nighty Night
5/18/10: Feeling Safe

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9 comments:

  1. Your babies are absolutley gorgeous. How do you even get anything done? I'd just be petting and talking to them all day.

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  2. I'm with JC. I'd be completely useless for anything other than snuggling!

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  3. Too cute. I love how scruffy their coat is getting. Also can I come live with you?...LMAO.

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  4. I can't decide which one is my favorite!! All so cute!

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  5. Wow! Eleven sets of twin lambs - whew!! I agree with everyone else, how do you ever get anything else done - I'd just want to look at them all the time. They are too precious.

    (My word verification for this Comment is - gosit. Is that a hint? Kinda funny, huh?)

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  6. The baby lambs are so cute, but I love the serene expressions on the momma-sheep faces. I hope you get some relief from the heat soon (and congrats on the rainfall, hopefully it leads to a great second cutting!)

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  7. Your baby lambs are so adorable. I see the mamma is looking after them. Rose

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  8. I just want to take them all home and hug them. Oh the faces!!!

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  9. Sooo cute! I want to pet them and play with them and feed them.

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