I have followed you for 5 years now. Smiling at your lambs antics, watching them grow into marvelous sheep. Crying when they go to the big flock in heaven and just generally loving your adventures with your wooly friends.
It was a sure sign of spring when you posted new lamb pictures and you found those special ones to bring home. Burrnie, Baaxter and Maisie hold a special place in my heart.
Now however I can get a more immediate fix for my severe Lamb Cuteness Addiction. Our sheep are gifting us with girls.
4 ewes have lambed and we have 6 of the sweetest lamby lamby's you could ever imagine. (No I am not biased!)
Meet the babies so far:
She is a chubby lamb and the youngest one. She has mocha colored legs, with a mocha nose and a brown tail.
This sleepy pair are in the shade of our old apple trees. Aberdeen is on the left, she belongs to Barbados and P1 on the right. P1 and P2 are Patches babies, not original names but it works
Last but not least....Katadin and her girls. They were born on the 15th of July and are growing like weeds. The Dorper ram, Samson, has left his mark. They are long and thick, we are so excited about them. K1 and K2....naming plain white sheep is a challenge. Mostly they just get .....you guessed it.....Lamby Lamby!!
Lamb Cuteness Addiction cannot be cured but it can be treated with the proper medications....free access to lambs anytime, day or night.
Thank you to Punkins Patch and God Bless lambs.