Thursday, October 15

Thursday Dose of Cute: Seeing Spots

She's Finally Growing into Her Ears—and Bright Pink Nose!

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© Copyright 2009, the we only use real sheep, not professional models foodie farm blog where neither the mother nor the father of this cutie pie sport any black spots whatsoever, and it looks as if somebody splattered their fountain pen next to her little baby face—except for the fact that her spots just keep getting bigger.


  1. That is so looks like she goofed and got her mascara all over herself! Come say hi :D

  2. She is so, so cute. And it looks like she's smiling. :)

  3. what a beauty - introducing the katahdin(?SP?) into your flock has added a wonderful difference - she looks like mini chocolate chips have been generously sprinkled (you can tell I'm thinking about making cookies!)

  4. I love her dark dramatic eyes, so sweet and innocent!!

  5. She is so adorable. And it really looks as if she was posing, looking one way then the other.

  6. oh her face looks so soft I just want to pet it like a Pat-the-Bunny book!

  7. Too bad she wasn't in the "D" generation; she's a Dalmatian!

  8. I just love that face! Those black spots add such character.
    Fernando, is so adorable, too! A visit to your farm never fails to delight!
    Thank you so much, as always...


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