"It's Lambing Season!"

 One of our ewe's, Lassie, lambed in December!

 It's always so much fun to have babies on the farm!

 The little ewe, Holly, and Mama



 It's supper time!



Our other ewe, Starr, had just one lamb, we call her Cocoa.


 Getting kisses from Holly.



 Winter days brings out sewing, stitching and crocheting to be worked on in front of the woodstove. 

The finished product, a crochet rug made from rags!

 Blessings from the Homestead.

18 comments:

Amanda said...

The lambs are beautiful!

Have a blessed Friday in THE LORD!

Amanda
Matthew 6:33

Mrs. Stam said...

Love this :-)

Amelia said...

Awwww.... So sweet! Precious little lambs...

~Amelia

Mrs.Rabe said...

I love to see what's up on the farm! Sweet lambs....

Deanna

Rosemary UK said...

What lovely pictures,so thrilled to receive my cookbook yesterday ! Many Thanks.

~ McKenzie Elizabeth~ said...

So sweet! Enjoyed all the pictures!

Simply Scaife Family said...

So precious and sweet!

Sassy said...

Awwww, the babies are so adorable. Love the little personlaities they show with you gals in the photos.

Kelly said...

Love the sweet little lambs.:) You girls always inspire me!

Kelly

martin outer hebrides said...

glad to hear from you ladies again. I hope your winter hasn't been too bad. December seems very early for lambs - our's dont lamb until april. :-)

Joanne said...

Just letting you know the 'blog archive' is very hard to read in white. You might consider changing it to dark red or something?

My daughter and I watched your soap making video yesterday and are excited to start making soap to sell at our stand, Lord willing. Thank you for sharing.

Joanne in MO

Renata said...

Oh your lambies are just adorable!! I love lambing season ~ our ewes will begin lambing in July & this year Dave has told me I must pull at least one lamb ~ for those ewes who have trouble( he's done them all so far).
Enjoy your lamby snuggles ~ love it!
Blessings
Renata:)

Bonnets and Boots said...

Love the pictures! What fun!

martin outer hebrides said...

I see you ladies have got upgraded technologically - love the 'green beans' video and music playing on blog page. :-)

Anonymous said...

What lovely photos, it reminds me of my
Great aunty's farm in Christchurch! Thank you, this has brightened my day as i am recovering from surgery, thank you once again! God Bless from Sydney,Australia.

Zoë said...

Awe, what cute little lambs :)

Victoria said...

What do you do with the lambs?

gracez said...

Hi What kind of needle do you use for the thick rag rug? Thank You Gail