Sunday, February 28, 2010

Our Sheep

Remember this little angel that we had to bottle feed? If not, his name is Roman and at a time when my husband was quite ill, Roman did wonders for his soul!

Well - Roman grew up..

..but he still thinks of himself as the family dog. Here is waiting to get fed! None of the other sheep stand on the fence and yell at us to bring the food!

This is our herd ram, Ramses.

Roman does not like Ramses and head butts him every chance he gets. Roman is not brave enough to do it from the front he waits for a chance to do it from behind!

There is a reason Cheviot sheep are called jumping sheep... you can see in this picture as well.

Here is Roman trying to sneak a bite of food before it has been poured into the dishes.

Now they are happy...


Vintage Linen Treasures said...

Roman was so cute when he was little and is becoming quiet the handsome guy, isn't he? Cute post. The names you've given your sheep are very clever!
Patricia :o)

Nina Diane said...

oh yes...I remember Roman! wow...he has grown. They are so cute

vivian said...

They are wonderful! Of course I remember sweet little baby roman! I want one! haha! I bet they are fun to watch.
I would love to live on a farm, but I wouldnt want to have to do all the chores :)
have a great week!

jennybean79 said...

So cute! Ramses is a handsome guy too.

Hosanna said...

Ok. I am now convinced what I need is some cute sheep. :) Adorable!

Debra@Common Ground said...

Hi Julie, Oh, I'm so glad to see Roman again. He's just the best! I've missed keeping track of him. Thanks for sharing the photos. Love the "jumping". too cute!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Oh to have a sheep like Roman!! You are a lucky duck! Sheep and a corgi. Is there any better combination?

Barbara said...

Julie, Roman is darling...we raise goats and I have raised many of them in my kitchen in a playpen.

I saw your wreath and love it..I am not real creative, but I might try to do something similar.

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