Friday, March 29, 2013

More Babydolls



"Yeah, I looks just like my mom."



"I can't believe you put up that goofy picture of me yesterday.  And I don't know what an Ewok is, but I don't think that sounds too good and my mom said you shouldn't pick on lil kids like that!"




"Yes, we DO have a ramp that leads right up to the porch (How awesome is that?!?).  That's where we drink our "tea" and we don't let little kids up there, so beat it squirt."


21 comments:

Tombstone Livestock said...

So stinkin' cute, thanks for sharing more of your visit to lambcamp.

Susan said...

As adorable as those faces are, there is just something about looking at the back of their little noggins that makes me weak in the knees. That and the teefys.

gowestferalwoman said...

oh ima bad bad person...

not only did i diss that poor little black lamb, but now I want lambs solely on the basis that they are soooo cute.

that is so wrong on so many animal science levels...

(and he does look like a furry cute little ewok but run if you see them pick up sticks because they arent so cute then; just ask the jawas...)

Tyche's Minder said...

aw geez.

Jean said...

Snorgle, snorgle, snorgle - repeat -- too stinkin cute -- I want one (in my apartment in town) -- sigh!

Mosaic Magpie said...

Egads....now there are more to steal my heart away! So precious.
Deb

Andee said...

Oh the poor little Ewok.

Alice said...

It's a definition of cuteness in pictures. Gotta love that smile!

Peacecat said...

Cute little punkinheads!!

aarond said...

I am thinking about buying some Babydolls. Are you just selling the wool or do you sell the lambs too. You and I have talked before about our crazy sheep stories. Have you had Babydolls for very long? Give me some information please. Wow, sorry about the overload on questions.

Wol 'n Draad said...

Ohhh, this definately is lamb-cuteness-overload! :-)
They hardly come cuter!
Have a lovely easter weekend!
Love, Ineke

Nina said...

If there was a love button like the one on Ravelry, I'd want to press it a dozen times! There is something about lambs that just is so heartwarmingly adorable.

Suz said...

oh please write a book
your "voice" is so sheepy
love these little babydolls

Mary said...

So much cuteness and sweetness. My heart is melting.. :)

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

All are so adorable-- notice mom sheep don't have tails and the baby's do. When do they come off? Interesting seeing all the collars too! All pets and are walked?

Stephen Andrew said...

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Terry said...

They are so cute! And that black one? Be still, my heart!

adriene said...

Gah! This cuteness cannot be possible! I want to bury my face in each one's fleece and cuddle them!

Michelle said...

Well, I cannot let my daughter see these photos! These little fellows are just way too sweet!

BTW, thank you for the bee inquiry. At this point I can only assume that they swarmed. No bees left in the hive. A handful of dead bees (total) scattered, but absolutely no sign of disease/infestation in the hive at all. I was puzzled!

Thirteen Sheep (Or More) said...

My head is splortted (splorted?). Completely.
They are so small! And they have such wonderful smiles!

Denise said...

I have a real fondness for babydolls. I inherited 2 elder ewes that were supposed to have been babydolls but were standard size. I love them just the same. Say I'm coming to Ky for the natural dye workshop at Dianne's. Maybe I will meet you in person this trip?

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