Wednesday, April 16

Wednesday Daily Dose Of Cute

The Sheep Equivalent Of The Kids' Table

Complete With Fighting

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  1. Their tails seem so long. Are always long or do you have to cut them? Now I'll have to go back and check out the photos of the mama sheep.

  2. Our sheep talk with their mouths full all the time--a kind of gurgling "maa" sound they make when they're chewing their cud but have something to say. And those are the grown-ups. You must've taught yours better manners. :-)

  3. They are too cute. I bet they would be cuter if we could hear them. Wonder what they are saying?

  4. Complete with fighting...and they get grape juice instead of wine, too.

  5. Kids are kids - no matter what - notice they start off on their own side of the table and then one has to come over and see if he/she is missing something...and then the fighting begins :)


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