Sunday, August 1

Sunday Dose of Cute: Hanging Out on Mom

Ava and her twin ewe lamb
Ava and her Twin Ewe Lamb (taken 5/11/10)
Want to hang out a while longer? You'll find links to all of this year's lambing season photos here. And you can learn about our new Katahdin hair sheep (Ava and her lamb are both 100% Katahdin) here. More photos of Ava and her twins are here and here and here and here. (When you're born first, you get to be in a lot of pictures.)

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  1. It had to be ewe.... it had to be ewe... :)

  2. if I weren't a devoted goat keeper - your Katahdin sheep might convert me - wonderful appearances and the lack of parasite problems sounds wonderful. I have one goat doe now who is brain damaged from several parasite infestation -anyhow - good to see the baby pictures and see you blogging a bit more - been praying for you and watching where i step!

  3. They are so cute... My sister raised lambs for her FFA projects. And I fell in love...

  4. Gives new meaning to 'hanging out WITH mom" doesn't it? What a great photo!

    Now we need an update on how you and Joe are doing - please!!!

  5. Too cute. Using Mom for a mattress!

  6. Oh my gosh, how adorable.

  7. Very cute....I believe this is the real life, life in a farm...

  8. so sweet.....
    Hope ya'll are feeling better....


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