Minnesota weather is bi-polar. One minute it's hot...and all I see is panting puppies...
And lots of tongues :-)
Even's tongue is the biggest I have ever seen!
It has a mind of it's own...
I am not sure how it fits back in her mouth...
And the drool? OMG...seriously....
Lynn's is more normal :)
And so is Zip's :)
Gator is far too dignified to pant :)
And Maya...we can't forget Maya--I'm changing the spelling cause I am tired of people calling her MEEEE--Ahhh....so Maya :)
The very next day...the winds blew, the rain was coming down sideways and...of course lambs were born :)
A set of twins, a ewe and a ram :) Both are doing well, and so is their mother. They are both marked like their sire--Honey Badger...
Here's the baby girl :)
And the baby boy :)
They are so very very cute! Glad to finally have them here!!!!
Kinda fun having lambs that aren't just WHITE...
The happy family :) All warm under the heat lamps. Yes our ewes are spoiled :-) That's the beauty of having a small flock!
Only 12 more to go!!!!!
Bonnie is running about 100.4 degrees..so she is probably in her last week of pregnancy. She isn't appreciating my twice a day temp checks, but she is very sweet so she puts up with me :) She is SOOOO sweet and SOOOO friendly!!! :) Not a bark, and keeps her x-pen clean! :) Whatta girl! She is going to make someone a very awesome little dog someday!
So it begins...babies babies EVERYWHERE! VERY SOON!