Friday, June 27, 2014

Baaxter Buddies!


As the sun set after a long drive from New York, some brothers for Baaxter :-).


Stella apparently didn't get the green shirt memo ;-).


Everyone got a colorful bandana.


Baaxter mixed right in with them :-D.


And they mixed right in with Auntie Reg.


"So what's up with the scarves?"

"I don't know.  Just go with it I guess."


"It will be okay little buddy."


"Now you go play with your new brothers."



More later!


22 comments:

Alice said...

Guess who's coming for dinner....and staying!! What handsome additions to your farm family. After all those girls, a little gender equity has come to visit:-)

Susan said...

Beautiful sheep! I'm so glad Baaxter has buddies - it will make the transition from houselamb to barn sheep so much easier!

Pam said...

I think that should be your farm motto..."Just go with it, I guess".
More sheeps?? ;-)

Susan said...

BTW, I see that Betsy is keeping watch on her little charge...

Far Side of Fifty said...

Good lookin sheeps:)

Spinners End Farm said...

One can never have too many sheeps...especially with all that grass!

Michelle said...

I am reminded of a play I was in, long, long ago: "Cheaper by the Dozen." ha!

Tombstone Livestock said...

Wow Baxter has gotten so big, didn't look that big in his last picture with Betsy in the kitchen. Congrats on the new additions. Wonder now of Robin delivers to California, LOL.

Miha Giustina said...

Oh, I am so jealous!:-) Beautiful Nistock sheepies, Robin!:-)))

Miha Giustina said...

p.s.
I love Weaslie's inquisitive look in the 4th picture. Very cool.

Shirley said...

Maybe now Betsy won't have to Baaxter sit!

Wol 'n Draad said...

I love how Betsy is also checking out the new lads on the block! :-)
Love, ineke

Jo said...

Welcome Baaxter's new brothers. I see Betsy's on guard as usual!

Tombstone Livestock said...

Forgot to ask ..... new lambie names .....?

Jane B. said...

So many questions!! Are they the same age as Baaxter? Are they getting along? What are their names or are we waiting for St. Tim to work his name magic? Please don't tell us they have sad stories!! Speaking of a sad past, how is Burrnie?

Michaele said...

Beautiful sheep and great photos! Love the story : )

Terry said...

Our baby Baaxter is growing up.

thecrazysheeplady said...

They are a few weeks older than Baaxter, but not so much older or bigger that we worried about them hurting him. B's a big boy for his age ;-).

They are getting along really well.

No sad stories. Nistock Farm is a sheep paradise.

No names yet, but I'm sure they'll reveal them soon.

Burrnie is doing great. He was oddly standoffish when his rescue mom Robin got here, but we don't know why. Maybe jealous of new sheep coming? A few cookies later, and he seemed to have forgiven us ;-).

Tyche's Minder said...

Oh wow, I almost missed the news. More sheepies. Just as beautiful as the last's years crew. Who in the pictures is Robin?

thecrazysheeplady said...

The back of the truck picture is Robin, me, Kathy (lamb camp) Meyer and Stella.

The Green Dogs said...

Oh my gosh! Lambs in bandanas are so cute! This is why we should be next door neighbours - glorious nonsense like this! :)

thecrazysheeplady said...

Our sheep (and dogs and probably horses ;-) would be traumatized :-D.

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