Monday, June 18, 2012

Cots

Surprisingly this is not a post about Buddy, Woolliam or Rebecca Boone (Cotswolds). Nope, it's about another kind of cots.



They're what all the stylish lambs are sleeping on.

I can't help myself. I thought her sleeping up there was so funny that I've left the old cot in there for her.



And the first thing I do every time I walk up to the barn is peek around the corner and see where she's sleeping. On the cot. Look at her 'widdle' sleepy ears :-).



"Was that a camera click? Are you gonna give me a baba?"

No, Blossom, you're a big girl now and are almost done with all those babas. (Again, I can't help myself and still give her a small, watered down bottle in the morning and before bed ;-).



"No baba, eh?

Nope.

"Ohh-kay."



What are you going to do when you get so big you fall through that bed, Blossom?



"Maybe 20 could hook me up with a Serta mattress!"

Oh brother...

20 comments:

Alice said...

She's a true diva! Such photogenic features!
Hope those cot springs and center support don't give way! It may well be #20 to the rescue!......or you could lay the cot bed on hay bales !

Lori Skoog said...

You taught her well. Why not? Do any of the others get on the cot?

Terry said...

My husband rarely looks at blogs, but he likes to see what Blossom is up to. He was looking over my shoulder, saw the first photo, and said "she's gonna need a double bed soon". No offense, pretty Blossom. You'll always be a sweet baby to me.

Shirley said...

Love the "smile" in the last photo! Little diva.

sheepsclothing said...

love the Blossom. she totally needs a serta perfect sleeper :)

Dreaming said...

I have enjoyed Blossom's story and adventures. Thanks, so much, for keeping us in the loop!

Tombstone Livestock said...

once again Blossom is soooooooooo cute. She is going to need a new necklace soon as fast as she is growing, and a big girl bed soon too.

Sheepmom said...

The first picture with the fan shroud in front of her face makes her look like a sheepy Hanibaaa Lechter. Eeek. She's a hoot with that cot. They have those raised beds for shelter dogs, maybe sheep like a raised bed too. You may have started a trend. Who knew?

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Looks like the cot is in the barn to stay!

Sue said...

I Must Never Let My Bottle Lambs Read Your Blog!I've convinced them that they are really sheep and must live in the barn. No lap sitting, and certainly no beds! Blossom's pictures are too funny.

Sue said...

I Must Never Let My Bottle Lambs Read Your Blog!I've convinced them that they are really sheep and must live in the barn. No lap sitting, and certainly no beds! Blossom's pictures are too funny.

cyndy said...

Blossom continues to delight the blogosphere...what a cutie~

Alice said...

Sniff, sniff..what's that scent in the air? Ah...Eau (ewe?) d'Spoiled Lamb! I Blossom's ears.

Spinners End Farm said...

How on earth do you get anything done at your farm with all this posing going on? No wonder you have to take your camera out with you when you have to pee behind a bush! You might miss something!

Maureen said...

LOL!!! Too cute! That does look much more comfy than the hard floor... she's pretty smart. Oh and pretty too!

Susan said...

You realize she may never accept the fact that she is a sheep and not a baaaby. She is too cute for words.

Mary said...

Oh! I am so in love with this post. I must share it. :D Beautiful girl, and you're right. She knows the comfortable life when she sees it! What a sweetheart.

farmlady said...

Will you look at her expression. She's a princess and she knows it.
This is so funny.
"Maybe 20 could hook me up with a Serta..." Hysterical!
Really great post.

Ed said...

LOL! I bet she misses you sleeping out there next to her..:-)

Far Side of Fifty said...

She must be waiting for you to show up! She is growing so fast!! Must be those babas:)

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