Saturday, December 22, 2012

Not Impressed


"Well, I guess this is why you said I'd need my puffy coat."


"The only thing worse than having to go outside is having to walk in this stuff.  My feet are freezing!"


Running back to the house.  She's not much on going outside even on a good day.  When it's cold and she's had enough (about two minutes) she heads for whichever house is closest.  I haven't had the heart to explain the whole sheep living in the barn thing.

25 comments:

  1. I wondered what Ms. Maisie would think of the snow. When did you plan on telling her about the barn thing? Maybe when she is Blossom's size???

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  2. So, will Maisie be the first house broken sheep to live in the house full time?

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  3. she needs some sheep booties..

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  4. Poor Maisie. She has some surprises ahead of her in life, doesn't she? How adorable she is in her pink coat!

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  5. Maisie is getting to be quite the fashioneasta (sp?) Maybe when the weather warms up and you spend the nights in the barn with her on the cot she will get used to the barn thing.

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  6. Love her pink coat..very pretty! Lambs belong in the house..at least while it is snowing..a winter lamb could be quite an adventure for you with the barn thing and all:)

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  7. Maisie, you look wonderful in your puffy coat! You should be a model.

    Barn? Not for little sheeps in pretty coats! Don't let her talk to Blossom.

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  8. She is so super adorable! I just want to hug her. :) And hug her some more.. and tell her how awesome she is. And that she looks all cute and snuggly warm in her puffy coat! :) Okay.. i'll stop now. lol.

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  9. Dear Sweet Maisie! You are developing quite a wardrobe... your Mama has such good taste. We finally got some serious snow at Skoog Farm and you wouldn't like it at all.

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  10. Oh my goodness, I love her puffy coat! You're going to have fun pooper scooping after that one for the rest of your life.

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  11. Oh gosh - I just found your blog. Sitting home with the flu missing Christmas parties and thought I'd do some blog hopping. Your blog is AWESOME (and well worth the time on the couch)! I'm already in love with that sweet Maisie and I'm looking forward to reading about all your other critters!

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  12. *haha* Poor thing... maybe you better hold off on telling her about the barn thing.
    Of course, if you potty train her like a little lady, there's really no reason why she couldn't stay in the house... *giggle*

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  13. Maisey, the puffy coat does not make you look fat:-), and there are matching booties for such divas! A kinder cot would be a perfect first bed till you can reach the Blossom sized cot to get through the long winter's night at least until Spring :-)

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  14. That girl is stylin'! I think you have a house sheep now.

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  15. I haven't been on my blog for ages so I right away came to my favorite blog.. Oh this is so sweet. Maisey is such a sweetie..all dressed up with a pink coat..It was so fun to read your past posting and just imagine what it would be like to have a small lamb to take care of,,I especially enjoyed reading where Maisey went to church and you held her while playing the piano... Sweet.
    I was trying to find the place where I can order a calendar...couldn't find it. my e=mail address is annieptigger@aol.com.. Hope you have one I can buy. Have a great Christmas... I love your blog and have missed reading all about the Punkin Patch.. Guess I have lots to catch up.. ta ta for now from Iowa:)

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  16. I wouldn't explain the barn thing yet. She only gets to be a kid once. Let her enjoy her childhood with no worries. They grow up so fast! I think i've asked his before but can you potty train sheep? Do they go to the door and bleat when they 'need' to go out?

    Cindy Bee

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  17. Pretty in Pink comes to mind. So does adorable, eat-her-up-with-a-spoon...she's got plenty of time under her heat lamp on soft blankets and laps before she needs "the talk".

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  18. Pics of Maisie always make my heart swell...... ;)

    No...no.....not The Talk.............


    Merry, Merry!

    Mimi
    The Goat Borrower

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  19. I don't look that stylish in my puffy coat

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  20. Just don't get between her and the house! So who is going to tell her that she is actually a sheep?

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  21. Look at her hunker down and run for the house! Me too! She is so small....bet she could stay in the house a looooong time.....just sayin'. That pink coat is perfect on her!

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  22. I know you'll tell her the news when she's old enough to understand! :-)

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    .•°*”˜˜”*°•.✫✫✫ MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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  23. Don't tell her about the barn thing until after Santa comes. Maybe she will get another new coat. She is sooo cute. I miss my lambs being little. They have outgrown their Momma. Merry Christmas to You and Maisie

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  24. Bless her beautiful little heart!!!!

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  25. She is just too stinkin' cute for her own good!

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