Such a big name for a little lamb but I’m sure he’ll grow into it:-) Congrats to Ross! They are so precious as newborns…makes you wish they’d stay that size! All I can say, though, is I’m so glad we humans don’t have to lick and clean our babies after they’re born! Ugh! lol Hope you’re feeling better soon!! xox
Congrats to all the winners. Hope you are feeling better Tracey. Waiting on my little bundle or bundles of jot. Ginger is due just any time. Thought she was going to last night but just false alarm. Hope the rain has slacked up some, if you can, do the dance and send it my way. I pray we don’t have another drought this summer like last year. Laura
Tracey, I should be packing, but I had to come read your blog and all the comments, I’m addicted to Carpenters Creek. Great name choice and what a “fish story” you told.GREAT pictures as always.See you back in blogville on the 3rd. BE BLESSED:-)
I’m so glad you all had such fun with this contest! Darling and I had fun plowing through all the names.
Gail, to answer your question from the other post; yes, we’ll be having more lambs. I’ve got two more ewes but they aren’t due for awhile, one late April/early May (maybe) and the other not until June. Rather a pain from a shepherding standpoint, but it’ll sure drag the fun out around here =) And I’m sorry to hear I’ve got you addicted…I’m like a bad drug, lol! You’re all crazy to keep coming back!
Tracy! what a darn cutie& the name! hahahahhaha! I’m just now finding you after shuffling through comments left on my blog:( I missed yours until now…off to read more here looks like a neat-o place! & I wanted to say hi FINALLY!