Generally, the first 2 weeks of a lambs life, I have a terrible time coming back from the shed after morning and evening chores. This year there is an inordinate amount of cutsie antics and friendly lambs that make it nearly impossible to get my butt back to the house. I simply lack the self control to stop watching the lambs and then if they get friendly and beg for scratches, I'm a goner.
Sooooo, even though Salicional and her lambs should probably be out with the rest of the "gang", I got selfish and kept her inside for another day or two. (she's out with the herd now) Monday night I had another round of farm tour guests, which is a regular "thing" during lambing season around here. During this visit, Salicional's lambs decided to saddle up and torment their mother by riding her around her pen.......over and over again.
|Can you please stop moving mom........|
|Seriously, this is getting old Salina|
|Peekaboo.........I'm up next|
|Come on Sawyer, you are NOT doing your share of the pushing|
The fun never ends............
Only 2 weeks??? I'm a goner with "grown" lambs (the moms), let alone the younguns!!ReplyDelete
Ok, ok, I admit it......I can stand and watch the sheep for hours. There just something about them.ReplyDelete
Very cute! It IS hard to get anything done when there are cute lambs that "need" socializing.... hee!ReplyDelete
very cute! and wow... that gulmoget looks like it's really got nice markings!ReplyDelete
Thanks Stephen, he's a farm favorite! Very friendly and his fleece is awful nice. I'm pretty sure he will be registered, so I've named him Sawyer. (pending further evaluation)ReplyDelete
Such cute, cute pictures! I'm glad you enjoy sitting and watching, too. So much fun and it helps keep the blood pressure down!ReplyDelete