Sunday, January 18, 2009

Comfy Spot

Looks pretty comfy, doesn't it?

Pretty soon they'll all be fighting for the best seat in the house!

13 comments:

mathea said...

That's so sweet. It looks like he has found a sunlit spot too :-)

Willow said...

So cute!

Deborah said...

That's a good mama.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Awwwwww

Turtle said...

hey, if you can avoid laying on the cold ground...go for it!

marit said...

So cute!

Jennifer said...

Too cute for words.

Nanci said...

Each day I open your blog to see how you are progressing with the work that the Farmer does. Excellent little mothers abound on your farm. You should have a book in there somewhere.
I love your blog.

Erika said...

Thats cute!Our goats did the same thing. Our baby goats used to play on a gigantic log we put in their pasture just for that and our very pregnant donkey at the time would come over so they could jump on the log and then her back.It was just high enough so they could easily jump to her. She would stand close for them it was so cute to see her actually walk up to be with them while they played. Only 3 could be on her back at a time so they pushed each other off and jumped back up around and around they went.
Erika

JFibers said...

Keep the photos coming! I love looking at all your great sheepy-sheep photos. My fiancee has been having fun checking the progress as well. Your blog means that I don't have to own my own and that makes him smile even more.
Good luck with all the new babies.

Rane said...

I feel like that mamma!
We have had snow alot and the
kids are all at home.
They are the cutest!
By the way Leah Got a outstanding
grade on her Sheep paper at
school! Thank you so much for your
interview. Her teacher even looked
at your site and said that you
have the sweetest sheep.
I am also happy that Cora came
back to you!
Rane and kids.
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Knitlee said...

So incredibly sweet!

Rebecca said...

Oh my goodness, I can not believe all these lambs. I have a few quesitons:
1. Do you always have this many lambs?
2. What do you do with all of them?
How many on the average will survive?
Thank you for the awesome pictures. I love them!