Warm (in front of heater-wind cold outside), productive (quilt blocks are coming off the machine and I hope to have all 85 done today) and baby-filled (little Wyatt comes over this evening for a few hours and begins full-time Monday). Excitement level is pretty high for me today.Your lambs are as cute as the little guy Wyatt (born Nov 29 and still a bit bobble-headed) and I look forward to seeing them grow this spring again. Your farm is one of my favorite Springtime adventures; thanks so much for sharing it with me.
I want to snuggle them. So precious.
Those little lambs are just so sweet and Miss Friendly is a beautiful mom.Thanks for sharing them with us.Hope you are doing well
Friendly looks very pleased with herself!
My husband and I love the photos of all your sweet critters. You give us a good smile just when we need it. Thank you so.Verna and Scott
Very cute! I am kind of sad we didn't breed our goats this year. Perhaps we will try a late spring breeding to have an early winter kidding.
Triplets! How cute they are...and mom, too! xx
Mama looks so proud. A beautiful family, and a beautiful picture. You're living my dream!
Nothing like little lambs safe and warm under heat lamps, with a healthy and relaxed mother just nearby. The bonding, post-birth pens seem to be working out really well. Susan, tell us, how are you feeling these days?
What sweet little lambies! Friendly does look rather proud of herself! :)I'm with Tracy B., how are you feeling?
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