Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Spring?

After a ridiculous amount of rain the sun has come out and it has been gorgeous around here. I took some photos over the weekend and wanted to share them. It's starting to feel like spring!







This little fella was squished inside his momma and came out with contracted tendons. We are hoping they improve with the help of his splints. 


19 comments:

  1. Always love your photos! Emi is looking gorgeous as always and those lambs are adorable!

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  2. Can't believe how mature Emi is looking these days!

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    1. Right? She's currently butt high too so I think she's growing again.

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  3. Those lambs are just perfect :3

    What do you use your sheep for?

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    1. Aren't they sweet? Some of the lambs are sent to market and some are used for 4-H.

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  4. You could hide one of the lambs in Emi's mane...

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    1. Ugh...I know. Her mane is crazy! Before I got her I always planned to go with a short mane but now I don't see any way that I'm going to keep that mane pulled. It's way too thick!

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  5. Emi is looking so mature and beautiful!

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  6. I'm just so jealous of your grass that I can't even say anything about how totally adorable those lambs are :-)

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    1. We do grow grass well in our part of the state. :)

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  7. great photos !! and love those little lambs - just wanna hug the one with splints on lol

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  8. Ahh, the green grass by you looks beautiful!!

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  9. I can't believe how grown up she looks this spring!!!

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    1. Right? She won't be 2 until almost the end of June but she is looking really mature.

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  10. Lambs!!!!!!! So cute!!!!! I hope the splints worked out for the contracted one. Poor baby.

    Wow Emi has such an incredible trot! Love her. :D I always enjoy Roz's antics too. Silly boy!

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