Wednesday, June 9

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Dozing Dolores

Dozing Dolores

Dozing Daphne
And Dozing Daphne

Why have so many donkeys? Pictures say it better than words:
First meet Donkey Doodle Dandy (aka Dan), the little guy who started it all
You can get to know Dan a lot better here
10/17/08: Baby Love?

4/18/10: On the Trail of Treats (and why cute keeps winning out over food)
Still haven't seen enough? Even more donkey photos are here and here.

© Copyright 2010, the well rounded foodie farm blog where both Daphne and young Esmeralda are expecting (Esmeralda's pregnancy was an unfortunate accident—the result of Dan leaping over a tall fence in the pursuit of passion), and there's nothing cuter than a baby donkey—except two baby donkeys!


  1. What a sweetheart! I didn't know donkeys smiled -- but she looks remarkably happy.

  2. Please forgive me ahead of time, I must have lost my head to have this thought come into it but here goes -- I personally would just keep them for the cute value and entertainment factor but do the donkeys do anything, (oh , I am so ashamed even asking) like carry loads, or pull something on the farm, or other donkey traditional things, as in maybe even ridden?? Shame on me for my impertinance, it just popped into my head.

  3. I am so glad to have found your blog. I love it. I am now following your blog too.

    God Bless and have a wonderful day.

  4. So sweet, I so enjoy your photos.

  5. Woo!Hoo! More little donkettes on the way!! We need to hear more about 'leaping Don' and his 'passion' - that must be a great tale.


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