Monday, April 18

Monday Dose of Cute: Random Lamb Snaps

Random Lamb Snaps 1

Current lamb count: 30 (not including the one we sold alongside his mama on Saturday, and the one that died on Saturday). Pregnant ewes remaining: 3. Days into lambing season: 18. Number of stops we made while running errands this afternoon: 15 (which I didn't count until after we'd made them, otherwise I probably never would have left the farm). Number of dirty dishes left on the farm: I can't count that high. Number of ewes literally in the middle of having twins when we pulled up to the barn with a truck load of treats: 1. (The new little family is tucked into their room at the Bonding Suite Inn and so far are all doing fine.)
©, where the cuteness and the surprises never end.


  1. is cary having a baby this year?

  2. Is this getting close to a record lamb count?????
    Boy, they are cute. I send your pictures to my grand kids and they love them

  3. Your lambs - and their mamas - are all so beautiful. Thanks for sharing these.

  4. Hi Susan thank you so much for taking the time to post these wonderful pictures. Those brown and the black lambs are soooo cute. Missing the kitties. When you have a chance. Know what you mean about the stops (15) I did 9 the other day and was worn out. Take care and have a great Easter. Blessings Mary

  5. Aw they are all so different and so cute!

  6. Absolutely adorable - every one of them!!

  7. Thanks for the cute picture's. The lambs are just so darn cute. The last pic is my favorite today. The markings on this little baby lamb is just adorable, that you can't help but smile.


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