Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Lamb Races!

I almost forgot about the videos from the other evening.

This first one is all the mommas coming up to eat. Watch all the babies running around.



While the mommas are eating, groups of lambs break off in all directions.



You're laughing now aren't you? Even if you've had a bad day.

Keebler and Graham are fixin' to have a bad day. They have been in a LOT of trouble.

14 comments:

Camp said...

adorable..imagine how helpful a wonderful border collie would be!

Lori Skoog said...

The lambs could not be more adorable.

I hope the rain has stopped and your garden is no longer flooded.

DayPhoto said...

I just love how they kick up thier heels. Everyone seems so peaceful even if it is lunch time.

Thank, Sara! I love it.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Eleanor P said...

Can't wait to hear what the boys did to get into trouble!

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Dreaming said...

So, you were right - I was laughing! So cute. I think some of the lambs have jumping beans inside them. They are so funny when they suddenly pop up!

Christine said...

Oh so cute!

So, um, since you're just sitting around doing nothing, maybe picking lint from between your toes or something, would you mind sending me the link to that post you did a long time ago about how you wash wool? All I remember is that it involved plastic storage containers.

Alice said...

I am still amazed at the leaping and running of the baby lambs because until I'd seen your videos, I really thought that sheep were rather docile animals who ate grass all day. My eyes are opened and I am smiling!

Keebler and Graham were just wantin' your attention for more 'nilla wafers ;-)

Nancy K. said...

Delightful videos~ I had NO IDEA that you had so many sheep! All this time, I thought you just had a few pets...

Wow.

joyknits said...

What fun! My lap cat (Amber) was very interested in all the motion ;o)

Sunny said...

Yes, I'm am laughing...how cute!
Sunny :)

small farm girl said...

You just made my day!

Ed said...

You made my day..:-)))))

Linda said...

Makes my day. I've often seen calves do this and wondered if that's where the term "High Tailin' it outta there" came from.

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