Farm Babies, The Retrospective

Sep
19

Chicks.

They slay me.

Kitten and Little.
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The Giant Puppy.

Can we forget Casper? CAN WE?!

Baby Poky.
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Ducks!
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GOAT BABIES!!!

Piglets! They were so cute. And they tasted good, too. (I’M SORRY. They weren’t cute LATER.)
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ANNABELLE!!!
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She is still the friendliest sheep in the world. There’s nothing like a bottle baby.


And then there’s…..

Glory Bee.

I love farm babies!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 19, 2010  

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  1. 9-19
    1:17
    am

    Beautiful farm babies – GB looks like she’s all legs. They’re all precious and sweet, and I can see why you love them all. Take care, time for me to head to bed for the night – 1:15 a.m. here in central KY. Take care Suzanne – and see you later. Have a good night’s sleep. :wave:

  2. 9-19
    1:35
    am

    They are all so beautiful. And to think, you might have a baby donkey one of these days! I could hug them all, even the piglets.

  3. 9-19
    3:40
    am

    I’ve gotta big smile that’s gonna last ALL day now :yes: Beautiful and heartmelting……
    :chicken: :sheepjump: :pinkpig: :woof: :moo:

  4. 9-19
    3:55
    am

    I love your farm babies too. Glory Bee is adorable!!

  5. 9-19
    4:40
    am

    My head may explode from the cuteness. I especially have a soft spot for that pic of the giant puppy. Oh, how I miss having a dog!

  6. 9-19
    5:57
    am

    Since I can’t have farm babies, seeing yours are the next best thing. Thank you so much for sharing. :happyflower: :moo:

  7. 9-19
    7:04
    am

    Are to cats still such good sleeping buddies? We have not seen them sound asleep, tangled in each other for a while.

  8. 9-19
    7:05
    am

    I meant…are THE

  9. 9-19
    7:12
    am

    Kitten and Little still love on each other when they’re in the house at the same time. They come and go, and so aren’t together in the house as much as they used to be. They probably will be more this winter when it’s cold outside!

  10. 9-19
    7:48
    am

    I just want to hug them all and take them home for a while. I will give them back when they are no longer cute babies. They will all still be cute, just not babies.

  11. 9-19
    8:42
    am

    Awwww. Too cute

  12. 9-19
    9:04
    am

    :snoopy: So Cute..I can’t stand it!! :snoopy:

  13. 9-19
    9:21
    am

    I wish they could stay babies forever and ever!!!! I still love them when they are all grown up, but there is nothing like a baby, furry or otherwise!!!! :D

  14. 9-19
    9:41
    am

    We’ve had just about every farm animal here – goats, sheep, horses, chickens, ducks, pigs, and even alpacas – but I have no desire to have cows, even though we live deep in the heart of beef cattle country. BUT THAT CALF IS THE CUTEST THING EVER!!!!

  15. 9-19
    10:07
    am

    I just love farm babies too!

  16. 9-19
    10:49
    am

    Adorable little babies! I’m back form my OKC trip and it’s time to breed our goats. Can’t wait to have spring babies.

  17. 9-19
    10:59
    am

    You’ve got the best farm babies! Love it!

  18. 9-19
    2:08
    pm

    I wondered what happened to those pigs… :hungry:

  19. 9-19
    2:17
    pm

    So so precious! :fairy:

  20. 9-19
    2:50
    pm

    Suzanne, you should be scoulded for not having the sheep babies included. I know they’re down there in the pasture, and not so easy to photograph. Loved the ‘look back’ post.

  21. 9-19
    3:00
    pm

    You forgot the guinea babies! Now all you need are baby geese and turkeys to add to your menagerie!Loved all the cute pics.Too bad they grow up so fast.

  22. 9-19
    3:15
    pm

    Annabelle was the sheep representative! Though maybe I should have included her with the dogs….

  23. 9-19
    3:32
    pm

    Sorry Suzanne, I meant the jacobs babies.

  24. 9-19
    3:42
    pm

    All kind of babies are so cute. I think we must be hardwired to respond to those baby faces.

    Glory Bee reminds me of little girls when they’re about 10 years old and their legs outgrow them, and they don’t seem to know where all their parts are. Awkward and adorable at the same time.

    Thanks for the day brightener.

  25. 9-19
    4:57
    pm

    What a good idea: a baby review. Love it!

  26. 9-19
    5:28
    pm

    Those babies are darling! Last time I was on a farm was when I was 16 yrs old.. I loved it then and so wish I could live on one now… But I get laughed at, when I talk about my dreams of raising goats and other animals… But that is my dream and I’m sticking to it! One of these days….just wait ! :)

  27. 9-19
    5:39
    pm

    Best post ever! :heart:

  28. 9-19
    6:32
    pm

    So cute!

    Can we have another story about the goat babies, please? Glory Bee is wonderful, but they are wonderful, too.

    Annabelle had the sweetest baby face. She is very elegant now.

    Julia

  29. 9-19
    10:14
    pm

    You come up with such great names for your babies. I just got a new horse and have been wracking my brain for days trying to come up with something clever and original…

  30. 9-20
    9:37
    am

    I think you should do a calendar of all babies!!! :snoopy:

  31. 9-21
    9:02
    pm

    Yes, a calendar of farm babies would be perfect! So very sweet!

  32. 10-17
    3:28
    am

    Oh so the pigs already made their trip to the freezer? I was keeping an eye out to see when that happened xD

    Baby animals are so cute x3

    I love piglets, but full grown pigs not so much. Bacon and roast pork and yum yum yummy though :hungry:

  33. 12-16
    2:06
    pm

    I felt like I should be hearing the music to Jaws as I came to GB.

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