Friday, April 15, 2011

Friday Dose of Cute: This Moment


A single photo capturing a moment from the week I want to pause, savor, and remember. Inspired by SouleMama.

Want to see more of this big new baby girl? You'll find lots more photos of her here. And you can catch up with what's been going on during this fast and furious (28 babies born since April 1st!) lambing season here.

17 comments:

  1. Hi Susan! WOW! That baby girl is Amazing!! She is just too beautiful! (Don't we say that about all the lambs?) I can't believe how many babies have been born on your Farm so far!
    I love how proud her Mama looks and Bear seems like he is even prouder still! How will you ever find names for all of them???

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  2. Aww, what a sweet moment! I want to join in.

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  3. wow, this shot has made my morning. too cute. happy weekend to you.

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  4. Oh my, that is tooo cute! You gotta love fuzzy babies.

    Here's our moment http://lacafetiere.blogspot.com/2011/04/this-moment_14.html

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  5. Ha ha. The dog is so cute, so nurturing.

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  6. that is a dose of cute! love them!

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  7. He's a good pal for all those sweet babies.

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  8. Awww, Nanny Bear! Our dog (who looks similar to the Bear in some ways, but rounder) does this kind of thing to babies, too.

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  9. So cute and so so sweet! Happy weekend!

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  10. Bear is the best dog ever!

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  11. wow,this is a life,thanks for smiles and tears,
    your lovely place reminded me my village god bless

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  12. Oh, my heart. It just grew three sizes.

    I just love Bear.

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  13. That is so cute. Your photo's make my day. Just the right amount of sweetness to get me going!

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  14. Queen of the Eden4/17/2011 12:58 PM

    Beautiful!!! You are truely blessed!

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  15. How darling! She is so cute. What nice photo's to end the weekend. I just adore the lambs, and how the dogs get along so well with each other.

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  16. This is so beautiful, thanks for sharing! I know my sister Mary will love to see your blog, as she is our animal husbandry farmer sister blogger.

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