Please please please can I move into the sheep barn with all those lambs? Come on, Farmgirl Susan, puhleeeeeeeeeeese?OK, sorry. I can't control myself around such fuzzy small cuteness. Thanks for all the great photos. I'll indulge from afar (where it's safer for the lambs).
Oh, my goodness! If that isn't the cutest!!
And it looks like it's a full house. Both of them have triplets....
Miss Susan, you are KILLING me with these photos! This picture is perfection, and would make just the cutest Mother's Day card. Well, at least I think so. :)So, I have to ask, do you ever pick one of the babies up, just to give it a squeeze? I can't imagine even being able to contain myself...I would carry them eveywhere!Thanks so much for sharing. Your blog always makes me smile.xo Deirdre
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