Thursday, March 31, 2011

Thursday Dose of Cute: Playing the Pregnant Waiting Game

Playing the Pregnant Waiting Game 1










What exactly are we waiting for?!


I'm definitely ready.






The Daily Donkey 54: Dan in Lamb Land

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7 comments:

  1. But at least we know Bear will be there when the lambs arrive. That makes us all feel better. Can I borrow him next year for our lambing season?

    I was very sorry, by the way, to read about Martha's death. Though it does sound as if she was sassy and happy till the end.

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  2. Little Miss Brown Knees made me giggle.

    I feel bad for them. I remember what it was like to carry a single baby in my belly the days before birth. At times, it really was hard to breathe. I can't imagine having something as large as one, or possibly two, lambs in the belly.

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  3. Those dear girls! Despite their girth, they do remain as cute as ever, though. Bet there will be some pretty cute offspring there soon!

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  4. I enjoy it when our critters are nearly into delivery time - they do stare at their hindquarters and make odd noises as if saying "come on - all right all ready I'm done with this part". Will be interesting to see how the new dog takes to lambing season

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  5. Gives new meaning to the term "double-wide." Can't wait to see all the little lambies!

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  6. Whoo!Hoo! New babies to love!!! And I'll just bet that Bert will be in the thick of things. Looking forward to all the new babies!


    Best wishes to all of you!!

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  7. Finny! You're such a cute and robust looking pregnant gal! The photos of these big ladies from the rear is too much. Love.

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