Happy Mother’s Day!

I probably won’t get to post tomorrow, so I’m going to go ahead and do a Mother’s Day post today. I tried to get individual pictures of all my ewe-lamb pairs this morning, but they weren’t cooperating so I had to scroll back a few days on my camera card to find good pictures of them.

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I did manage to get a pretty good picture of Princess with all of her various descendants, though. Bran’s (understandably) not super happy with me at the moment, so all the pictures I could get were of his tail. I don’t actually have many good pictures of him and Princess together, they don’t stick together as closely as the other pairs.

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“I don’t know where he learns stuff like this…”

Maybe Little John thinks if he drinks the big boys’ water it’ll make him grow faster.

Lady and Will were hard to find a picture of; I had to go back almost a month to find one where Will wasn’t climbing on her like a little monkey.

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“Now you stand up straight and smile at the camera!”

“But Mooooom…”

Lady must have the patience of a saint to have raised both Neo and Wee Willie.

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“Happy Mother’s Day, Mom!”

Actually I’m pretty sure she was thinking something more along the lines of “Where’s my bottle? Where’re my crunchies? Why aren’t you petting me? Can I chew the camera?” but oh well.

I was scrolling through some old photos last night, and I think Mira looks very much like her mother did as a lamb, back when I first got her.

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Duchess was about 13-15 weeks old here. Mira’s 11 weeks old; still a little younger than Duchess was, but they do look remarkably alike. Duchess was a good bit bigger though, so I think Mira must still be very small for her age.

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“This is my stump. I’m the only one allowed to stand on this stump.”

If she still looks like her mother when she grows up, she’ll be a very beautiful ewe.

And last but not least…

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“Happy Mother’s Day, now hurry up and throw my frisbee!”

I’m overwhelmed by all the appreciation I get from my “kids.”

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