Thursday, March 28, 2013

First Day Of Lamb Camp!

These Babydoll Southdown lambs at Bergamascos' Babydoll Brigade should definitely come with a cuteness overload warning!  Let's just go ahead and get the head splort over with with a big teefy grin :-).


I think he/she was just finishing yawning as I got a couple normal looking shots a second or two before and after...but you gotta go teefers, eh? :-D



Babydolls are small sheep.



Known for their big smiles :-).


Think Michelle loves her lambies? :-) 


They're good mommas.


With sweet babies.


And big mouths when one triplet isn't listening to her momma!


Little Chunky Monkeys with chubby cheeks.


I want to be that lambie.


All the lambs have colorful collars that match their mother's collars.  Practical and adorable.

More pictures tomorrow and Michelle posts daily pictures on her facebook page if you can't wait :-).

22 comments:

  1. Cute - Adorable - Sweet - Cute!!

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  2. Awwwwwwww.

    and now I know what a miracle it is for Maisie to have pulled through - this was the way she was supposed to look like from the get go -

    and dang if that black one doesnt look like a little ewok~~!

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  3. Oh that cuddling picture is so sweet.

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  4. While Babydolls' heads are entirely too woolly for me, those lambs ARE ADORABLE!!! And I love the pretty collars....

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  5. I WANT ALL OF THOSE LAMBS!! I love the idea of matching collars - you can tell who's who in a second. Thank goodness for Lamb Camp.

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  6. We have two of them (came as rescues) and they are the goofiest and sweetest things.... Not my favorite to spin though!

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  7. Love the pic of the one with the straw in it's mouth and eyes almost closed, trying to look so cool. Also the three together napping in the sun. I have been trying to figure a way to mark the 2 black lambs since I put the mama's together, my graffiti paint won't work on black very well.
    Thanks for the visit to Lambcamp.

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  8. Cute. I used to raise southdown sheep...these look like those. I love the smiles!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  9. I have been looking at these Babydolls and thinking about buying some. Are you just using yours for wool or selling them (not for meat).

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  10. Oh my gosh! That first picture made me smile big time. Plus I love all the other smiles as well.

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  11. I'm sure you just can't wait to take care of a few more lambies....

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  12. Oh yeah! I'm now a fan of Michelle's facebook page. At times like this, i heart facebook. Anyway, these pictures are so super adorable! I'm more in love than i was yesterday. Keep 'em comin'. :D

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  13. Oh My! How did you ever break away from all that cuteness? I love that first photo of "Chompers".

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  14. I've heard of babydolls but never seen them. They are so adorable! Thank you for sharing these photos.

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  15. GOTTA go teefers!!! And that's exactly what I was thinking as I was laughing hysterically-the first goofball DOES look like an Ewok! Great shots, and what a fun day.

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  16. Oh my goodness, how cute these little ones are! And the photos are great!

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  17. That first photo is awesome it made me smile..I needed that! Baby Dolls are really cute sheep..I notice they have some with long tails too:)

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  18. Soooo cute. Makes me want to take a nap in the warm sunshine cuddled up to a cute little smiling sheep.

    Cindy Bee

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  19. Wonderful photographs of a wonderful breed! Beautiful lambies!

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  20. Oh My Goodness! I think I need some! Love the teefy smile.
    They have completely different faces!
    How many are you taking home with you?

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  21. Adorable! How many did you take home? LOL :)

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