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Monday, March 08, 2010

The new boys



They've made it 8 hours...we'll hope they do well tonight. They appear okay. I saw some tail wiggling while at the udder [ asign they are getting milk].

When I saw these pictures, I was quite amused at their expressions. Amazing how they adapt.

10 comments:

Kim said...

Is it my imagination... or are these lambs smiling?

Apifera Farm said...

I just love the expressions- little impish grins. Like, "Hey, look at me.." Still, hoping they do okay in next day or so. They seem okay at this stage.

Karen Deborah said...

they are smiling. ahh contentment.

Zan Asha said...

Oooh, they are so sweet! I hope they make it. What kissy faces they have :)

maccandace said...

They certainly look happy, I hope they'll be okay, they're too cute not to be.

Amber said...

Oh aren't babes this time of the year just precious? And they really are smiling! Sounds like lambs birthing and taking care of their young is very similar to goats (which I've been a midwife to many times). There's nothing like assisting a mother in the time of need, I think the animal knows your helping. Can't wait for more pictures!
Hugs
Amber

Sunflower said...

so precious!! they are definitely communicating....in their own wonderful way! a picture worth a million hearts!
debbie

Cathy said...

Love the smiles! I want to scritch their little noses.

Tracie Lyn Huskamp said...

Such beautiful babies... sweet angels.

I am so so sorry to hear about this little one you loss... as I write this, it brings tears to my eyes thinking of the life that was not meant to be... hard to accept.. yet still it has touched your heart forever.... remembering even the littlest lamb.

ashley said...

These are so, so sweet.

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