look at all the cute donkeys. I wish I could come out for a visit & take photos of them to use as reference for paintings:)
That's a lot of donkey cuteness going on there!
so adorable and the potential for friends looms large!!
Looking at them makes my heart happy!
Wow you weren't kidding about the size difference in the two little boys. Great pictures.
That's hilarious, they do look hungover! And what a great gang you've got--congrats on the sweet baby boys!
Too cute! Especially the new borns.Why so many adults? Are they guard animals? Farms around here (E. Tn.) put them in with their goats.I love your blogs. Especially on your garden and recipes. :)
Actually they resemble my son and his friends, who had a bad movie "watchathon" at our house all weekend. The boys were having a little trouble holding their ears up on Monday morning also.
i just came across your blog...HOOKED. the pictures of all these animals are soooooo cute. was wondering if you would adopt me so i can live on your farm??? :)
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