It was a beautiful day and the babies enjoyed their time outside!
Lots of jumping, bouncing, and happy feet!
Banjo and Bazinga stayed close to mom, but Smooch was a little more adventurous!
Susannah is very proud of her babies!
This is the third year in a row that we have bred her to Windy Acres MacCallum and I love the cross. This is her ewe lamb, Bazinga.
Here is her ram lamb, Banjo.
Smooch was into stirring things up and having a good time.
He thinks he is pretty special ;)
We are all wondering when the rest of the babies will make their appearance…
but the rest of the girls don’t look like they are in any hurry. From the looks of things, I think next week will be very busy!
We had 3 lovely little lambs born yesterday!
Infiniti was the first up with her very big ram lamb. This is how she likes to do things…lamb first and have big boys!
The naming theme this year is ‘Embrace your silliness’. We like to keep it light and fun here!
Infiniti’s ram lamb has the cutest marking on his nose and Smooch just fit.
It will be fun to match up the funny words on my list with the lambs as they are born.
Susannah wasn’t far behind Infiniti and had a lovely set of twins – a boy and a girl.
I love her little girl!!! Her name is Bazinga :)
She is so sweet and even agreed to pose with one of the felt pups that I recently finished.
This is her very handsome brother, Banjo.
Not sure who will be next, but it looks like we will have a day or two before any more lambs are born.
It has been awhile since I visited my blog, but the start of a new year seems like a great time to start blogging again. Plus we will have adorable lamb photos to share very soon!
We are anxiously waiting for this girl to start the lambing season. She is due on Friday and the next couple of days are going to feel like the longest days of the year.
Avalon and Delight are the biggest girls this year, but they aren’t due for awhile.
Poor Avalon always looks so uncomfortable. She is one of the few that I don’t have a due date for, but she is definitely bred ;)
Delight is already wide and low, but she isn’t due until the 31st of January.
A couple of the first timers are going to keep me guessing, this is Magnolia and Meara. I have breeding dates for them, but they sure don’t look very pregnant yet!
Lily-Grace is another first timer, but there isn’t any guessing as to whether she is pregnant ;)
A few of last year’s lambs are still hanging out with their moms. This is Legacy and her daughter, Felicity.
Still my favorite lamb from last year, Lulu, loves to hang out with her mom, Mollala. Such a cute pair.
Hopefully I will have a new blog post very soon with cute lamb photos!
when your cell phone is left out in the pasture!
Funny sheep selfies!
I always knew that Tonka was a character, but he really let his personality show in these photos!
He must have been looking for boogers in this one ;) You are good buddy!
Logan is a more serious boy and was trying out different faces, looks like this is his menacing stare down.
That is a much better look for you, Logan!
For as mischievous as the Jacobs can be, there weren’t many photos of them, just my boy, Dreamer.
You may be wondering how I was able to get my phone back from these attention seeking sheep…
that would be, Miss Kate.
Poor girl looks a little out of sorts with all of the silliness going on at the farm today. Border Collies like to have everything in an orderly fashion and sheep taking selfies isn’t very orderly ;)
Our farm and sheep are in the Eugene Magazine!
I am so excited to finally share this project! A neighbor has been intrigued by our sheep and approached us with the idea of writing an article for a local magazine. We have been working together for over a year and it is so fun to see it in print!
Here is a photo of him taking photos of the rams last April. I love the resulting photo that he captured of the big boys for the layout in the magazine.
His writing style captured the whimsical nature of our sheep and I am just thrilled with the article as a whole.
It is very weird to open a magazine and see a picture of myself…I really would have preferred it to just have photos of our sheep ;)
Working on one of my Felt Pups.
The last paragraph is my favorite :)
You can find retail locations for the Eugene Magazine on their website.
Oh goodie…we have snow again! Can you hear the sarcasm there ;)
I have discovered that I am a ‘one snowfall per winter’ kind of a person. Taking photos always puts a smile on my face though, so I headed out.
I do love the beauty and quiet that snow brings!
Tonka looks ridiculously cute with his snow beard.
My buddy, Dreamer, asking for his breakfast.
Reno was sporting his winter jacket.
Chrome is growing up to be a handsome boy. Love those striped horns!
The always photogenic, Mac.
The yearling girls were recently moved outside because of their behavior in the barn with the new babies. They thought it was fun to have someone smaller to pick on. I bet they are rethinking their actions now! They have a shelter, but have chosen to stay out in the snow…I think they are trying to make me feel bad ;)
The mamas and babies are enjoying the snowy day in the barn. I am so thankful we have such a great place for all of the babies!
I really thought Canby was going to be first…but Mollala snuck past her and had this adorable little girl!
Not too long after, Canby had a big boy.
Both of them are lilacs and sired by Chrome.
Since they were so close, I have decided to give out two prizes!
The 1st prize goes to Laurie Wirthlin for choosing Mollala.
The 2nd prize goes to Toni Sergent for choosing Canby.
Laurie and Toni, please contact me at email@example.com
From all of the lambs and the Felt Pups…thanks for playing along with us!
To keep up with all of the lambs, you can visit our website – www.kenleigh-acres.com