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4.02.2015

{baby season on the farm}

It's that time of year again.
All of the babies have been born.
Calves, lambs, chicks, bunnies.

For the past three years we have made a little tradition out of going to our neighbors and visiting their lambs in the Spring.
You can see these prior posts here: 2012, 2013, 2014.
When I looked back at these I promptly started bawling about how big my kids have gotten.
Not really, but I did kind of die inside a little.

We had Karli and her family come out and join us.
Jury is still out on whether this was a good idea.
These two's connection seems to be getting stronger and stronger.

It was no surprise that the wind was blowing.
We are pretty much guaranteed 20mph winds on the daily here in the Spring. 
This day though, I wasn't too mad about it.
How could I be when Beckam's luscious locks are windswept like this?
Visiting our neighbors is pretty precious.
Not only do they love our boys,
I never get tired of how in awe the kids are to see these little lambs.
It's like they know about them, and read about them, but to actually SEE them… 
and pet them...
best day ever!
We continued to wander around the pens and into where some momma sheep were with their babies.
From this point on every child demanded to be carried.
Perhaps it had something to do with Kaye getting charged by a momma sheep?
No worries, she out ran it.
Barely.
Another year, that didn't disappoint. 
These kids had a blast.
I'm pretty sure my boys have asked to go back every day since then.
Maybe it has something to do with the giant bag full of cookies that my neighbor gave them too.
Luckily we only live a half a mile from them.
Until next year baby lambs.

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5 comments:

  1. What great memories!! So fun that your family gets to do this.

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  2. The babies (yours and the lamb) are so cute!

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  3. Aw, how fun! Your family is adorable :)

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  4. That's such a fun tradition!

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