Tuesday, September 21

Tuesday Dose of Cute: It's Another Sing Along!

Gnat hiding among the sheep
One of these things is not like the others. . .

Sing out loud, sing out strong:
5/12/06: Who's Sog-gy Now?
10/18/08: Getting to Know You. . .
7/5/10: Time for a Patriotic Sing Along!

Wow, Little Gnat is already one month old:
Oh Boy, Oh Boy
8/22/10: Not to Worry
8/23/10: Morning Group Shots
8/25/10: Jealous Little Guy?
8/29/10: Learning the Rules
9/1/10: On the Trail of Treats, Version Two
9/2/10: Kiss Kiss
9/10/10: Catching On
9/16/10: Lucky Buddy Bear and Little Gnat

© FarmgirlFare.com, the off key foodie farm blog where I didn't realize until just now that so far all of our sing alongs have had to do with donkeys. I guess sheep and chickens just don't inspire singing like longears do. Except for a rousing round of 'Old MacDonald Had a Farm' of course. Okay, yeah, I bet that's going to be going through your head for a while. Should I go ahead and apologize now?

And for those of you wondering about that giant dirt circle in the middle of an otherwise grassy field, I'll show you what it's used for in a future dose of cute.


  1. I knew Gnat is small..but not that small! That is way over-the-top cute! Those sheep are pretty cute, too. This photo make a great start to the day!

  2. He's such a tiny little booger. Song won't be in my head, but wondering what that circle will be......

  3. This picture does show his size really well. He is a little boy that is for sure. Really good picture. Have a super day.


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