Wednesday, February 13

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Lambing Season Cute

Lamb cute (1) FLB and her twins -

Four more photos below. . .

Lamb cute (2) Frenchie and her triplets -

Lamb cute (3) E-4 and her twins -

Lamb cute (4) Godiva and her twins -

Lamb cute (5) Eugenie and her twins -

More wordless cute? Here and here.
More little lambs? Here.
Current lamb count: 15.


  1. What an amazing time of year to be You guys. I love the pics; thanks for sharing.

  2. Just about the time I think I adore the black ones most, I see a white one :). Adorable critters! Susan, my cole slaw-loving husband has deemed your Winter Broc/Napa slaw the best in the land. I even caught him slipping some into pita bread yesterday for a snack! Thank you again.

  3. Awww...cuteness overload!! Love all the colors! I can see how Godiva got her name! :)

  4. Happy Valentine's Day to everyone at the farm! (That includes the humans, canines, sheep, donkeys, chickens - well, ... Everyone!!)

  5. How do you stand all that cute-ness?! I bet your face is tired from all the smiling! What a nice problem! ;-) -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  6. Very cool! We have talked about raising sheep, hopefully some time soon we will! For now we will keep busy with rabbits and chickens :)


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