Pansy came here as a lamb from my friend, Joan, at Mud Ranch Jacobs. She is a grand-daughter of one of my favorite girls, Infiniti.
Pansy’s personality slowly started to emerge and she began making me laugh with her silly sense of humor.
How can you not laugh at her when she gives you this look while eating at the feeder in this silly fashion???
Even after they slowly tore my feeder apart, she still chose to eat with half of her body in the only panel left.
She prefers to get in Kate’s face…
even when it means leaving the rest of the flock to do so.
She slowly, but surely, became one of my pocket sheep. Here she is with Folly. They both love their morning scratches.
With her silly personality, I wasn’t sure how she was going to take to motherhood. She is 1 of our 8 first timers to lamb this year.
She lambed yesterday afternoon and took right to it, in a very serious way. Silly Pansy has been replaced by Serious Pansy.
She no longer wants me to pet her…she has a serious job!
She checks on Milo…
takes a few steps…
and then checks on him some more.
He is a good sport about all of the
I love the different personalities in our flock and am thrilled with how Pansy has taken to her lamb.