Wednesday, March 9, 2011

New baby girls!!!!

The coolest thing about having female kids or female lambs is..... we get to keep 'em!!! The boys head off to auction (or worse...the freezer!), but the girls get to stay and breed. Especially when they breed and deliver as easily and successfully as Rosie did!! Good stock.

So, yes, Rosie had two girls. Which makes Pitchick the big winner of our Kid Contest. Congratulations Donna!! And also to Peg and Lani, who came damn close.
Thanks for playing everyone!

Here's some cute pics I snapped up this afternoon, with Thelma's help. It was a tough job, but someone had to do it....
(and...yeahhhh...I couldn't resist sneaking another Vulva shot in there for y'all!)



8 comments:

Thelma said...

mmmaaaaa maaaaaa...it's amazing how they can say her name so soon after birth.

you're positively glowing in this shot, dear J. Rube! it's as though you just gave birth yourself. farm life DOES agree with you, my friend.

:-)

suep said...

congrats to the new mommas! the girls say, awwww, cute! they're so lucky!!

Nan said...

Very cute babies. Amazing how they can get around so soon.I am sure that she will take good care of them. I bet S and T Rube will love them

M said...

Those little faces are friggin' adorable! It sound like the whole thing went as perfectly as possible! Congrats to everybody!

Hiromi said...

aaaaawwwwww!!! beautiful little things!! So glad everything went well <3

Joanne S. said...

Omg GIRLS!!? That's so incredibly awesome!!

Renee said...

The dripping vulva shot almost took away from the adorableness of the other shots. Almost. Lol.

pitchick said...

Adorable! so glad they are girls and will be a permanent fixture around your farm or at the very least someone else's farm. That's a "bummer" about your procedure but glad to hear that things went smoothly! I'm looking for eggs whenever you're in town- got a new customer for you...let me know.

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