Thursday, March 31, 2016

Babysitters


This momma does not have four lambs.  Only two of those are hers.  She's babysitting the other two and she's got them all working towards...


...taking a nap.  The first picture was taken at 1:29 and this picture was taken at 1:31.  Little lambs go down fast :-).


And now you can see who belongs to who.  It's good to have a twin :-).


"Were you twp good for the babysitter?"


Some ewes just drop them off at the nearest hay bale ;-).  Wouldn't it be great to be curled up next to these two cuties, napping in the warm spring sun?

The Training Center, Cynthiana, Kentucky


16 comments:

Mary Ann said...

Oh, goodness, a wonderful post!

Mary Ann said...

Oh, goodness, a wonderful post!

The Well Fed Wheel said...

Omg! They are all just so precious!

T.L. Merrybard said...

Those two in the hay, utter bliss!

Susan said...

Oh yes, I'd flop down with them in the hay :)

Cheryl West said...

Who wouldn't want a hay bale nest? It looks super comfy!

Terry and Linda said...

I LOVE! LOVE! THOSE little Sheeps smiles!

Linda

Grey Horse Matters said...

How can you stand the cuteness! I'd never get anything done, I'd be watching them all day.

Lori Skoog said...

Yes! I'd be there is a heartbeat.

Far Side of Fifty said...

So cute, how wonderful to watch them! You are lucky to be there!! :)

sophy0075 said...

In the dictionary, the words "adorable" and "cute" should be accompanied by your photo of lambs in the hay. Calendar photo!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Tooooo Adorable!!

Arlette Seib said...

Love those two little tykes by the hay bale!

Melanie Crawford Greene said...
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Melanie Crawford Greene said...

Oh so adorable! Thank you so much for capturing this sweet time of year in photos, and sharing them with us. I feel so peaceful and happy just looking at those little faces.

Jo said...

That's too sweet!

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