Saturday, January 29, 2011

Latest Farm News!

The puppies are now one and a half weeks old and getting cuter every day!
They love to snuggle!
Jack Frost, the bottle lamb that was living in the house, has now been moved out into the sheep pasture.
As you can see he still enjoys hanging out with people!
Elsie had an adorable, BIG, ram lamb last Friday. ( Poor guy, as of now he is nameless!) He is one week old and is doing great!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Joseph and His Colorings!

He takes it very seriously!
Quite the colorful train, don't ya think?
Cutest face while coloring : -)
He did these all by himself! Doesn't he stay in the lines well? : -)

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Lovin' It!



Friday, January 21, 2011

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Just Arrived . . . .

Danny and Chloe are proud parents to nine puppies!

Six boys and 3 girls!

Monday, January 17, 2011

What I'm Up To Lately . . .

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Six Feet, One Inch!!!

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Having Fun With The Horses

Hi everybody! This is Victoria. :o) All of you know that we got horses back in October, so here is what we have been doing on them today. :o) Caroline and I have been riding on our neighbor's land up above our house. Their ground is really flat and is the only long flat area on our hill. It is the perfect place to gallop and canter on, so that is what we have been doing. :o)

But don't worry........ we have helmets on. :^)

Me and Gracie, the 5 year old Paint mare.

Caroline and Bubba, the 9 year old Quarter Horse.

The horses were glad to be done running back and forth in front of the camera,
and we're glad to stand still and look pretty for this picture. :o)

Well, in case you were worried, both Caroline and I are still alive and didn't fall off!

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Jack Frost Has Arrived . . . .

. . . .both figuratively and literally . . . . in the form of a little lamb born this morning!

Meet "Jack Frost"

He and his little sister were born early this morning . . .right after Lydia fed all the sheep around 5am, and none of the pregnant ewes were giving any signs of an imminent delivery! A couple hours later, Victoria happened to notice that the sheep pen was one less of a full barn full. She looked around and saw the mama ewe and two frozen little lambs beside her outside on the snowy ground. She called for help, and when Lydia got to the lambs they were already frozen stiff. But with "all hands on deck" working together to get them into the garage and after some warm baths, they started perking up. The little boy, affectionately named "Jack Frost" was a little slower in his recovery. So he was brought in the house to warm up by the fire. After an hour or so, he was doing well enough to return to his mama in the garage, but with all the bathing and time away from her, she decided not to recognize him : - ( So we have our first ever bottle baby! We always wanted one . . . . and now we have one!
Are you my mother? Ahh, this looks like a barn!

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