How cute! I wonder how much sleep you'll get tonight? Still, how precious!
Yay! You went with Roman! I think this is the first time you've gone with a name I've chosen!! haha!
oh my....how cute!
Let's see ... first things first. The baby lamb is beyond precious. Good luck with the feedings. Second, I can only imagine your frustration at not being able to 'find' any of your medical family members. Hopefully this has a happy ending. Third, your family members are quite an attractive crew!
So sweet I sure hope it does well. had to raise a whole litter of kittens before.They were so tiny I had to put them on heating pad,feed make potty. I hope this is easier.
Oh my gosh! How adorable is that?! Patricia :o)
aww, he's so cute! good luck with the feedings!
How sweet! Now you know it's spring.Hugs, Susan
omg! I am so into lambs right now - I bought two for my house and one for my client's house. this is just unreal - you are soooo sweet - Lambchop!!!
He is so cute, I cant stand it!!! What a sweet spring surprise!!
oh my goodness! what a sweet little thing to take you mind off of everything else!hugsvivian
Your house looks just like this house/barn (we cannot decide) that we pass on the way from Anderson to the Rennisiance festival (for the homeschool days). I love this post because now I feel much better about having a variety of baby critters living in our house! Your lamb is so cute, we want to get lambs too but first we must fence! Happy Easter,Kyle at Rooster Hill
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