Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Trying to Make Friends

Making Friends 1

Making Friends 2

Making Friends 3

Making Friends 4

Making Friends 5

Making Friends 6

Making Friends 7

Making Friends 8

Baby Donkey Smile Support System:
(click here and here to see all these posts on two long pages)
8/22/10: Not to Worry
9/2/10: Kiss Kiss
9/7/10: Heading Back
9/10/10: Catching On
9/17/10: This Moment
11/4/10: That Gnat

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6 comments:

  1. They still won't play with it? Maybe if you hide it for a while and then bring it out in a few months they'll show some interest. It works with kids.

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  2. LOL..in that one picture Bear is licking his mouth...leave me alone or I'm going to eat you.

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  3. Baby donkeys are beyoned cute. I cannot even think of a word to say how cute I think these photos are. And Bear is pretty cute, too. They both have made smile!

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  4. I would have a terrible time keeping my hands off that baby donk, the fuzzier he gets the cuter he gets. I'd have to trap him and just hug him to pieces. I love Bear's reaction - maybe if I ignore it, it will go away.

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  5. I have found most farm animals all just love each other. At least at our farm they all seem to want to be friends. Very cute photo.

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