Annabelle is Coming, Annabelle is Coming

Feb
13

Back at the sheep farm, baby Annabelle has been growing and growing, in fact doubling in size!


She takes three bottles a day.
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She likes to follow people around.
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And this weekend…..

….she’s moving here!

ARE YOU READY FOR THE CUTENESS?!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 13, 2009  

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  1. 2-13
    1:24
    am

    Yay! For Annabelle.

    What happened to the “maid” post of your daughter setting the silver service back after polishing it? I had a question about it and neglected to ask it when it was up, um…15 minutes ago? Is my internet going weird again?

    Anyway…who is Anna going to hang out with, the goats? She is so cute, but Clover will forever be my fav’. I need to send her cookies. :D

  2. 2-13
    1:46
    am

    Oh Suzanne she is so cute. Can’t wait to see pic of her!

    note to self “no sheep” :sheep:

  3. 2-13
    3:05
    am

    Annabelle is so cute! Can’t wait to see pics of her playing with the goats. :sheep:

  4. 2-13
    3:07
    am

    SkippyMom, tha Maid pic of Princess shining the silver is today’s Daily Farm Photo :) I wish my kids would do stuff like that!

  5. 2-13
    5:34
    am

    aah, you just cannot help falling in love with her, she is gorgeous

    hugs
    gwen

  6. 2-13
    5:42
    am

    How exciting. She is so cute. I can’t wait to see what stories come from her. :sheepjump: :sheep:

  7. 2-13
    6:00
    am

    A new furry baby to love and enjoy – just so wonderful. :sheep:

  8. 2-13
    6:55
    am

    I bet your so excited!! I can’t wait for more cute pics.

  9. 2-13
    6:55
    am

    I foresee jealousy at Stringtown…………. Coco, Clover, Annabelle !! They’re all so darn cute, you can’t help it, I know!!

  10. 2-13
    7:06
    am

    Look out Clover…competition for cuteness is coming! What an adorable little lamb. Love the name Annabelle.

  11. 2-13
    7:14
    am

    After looking at Annabelle’s pictures, how can people eat lamb, any lamb? Never have – never will. She’s too cute! :sheep:

  12. 2-13
    7:19
    am

    :happyflower: AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!! Annabelle is going to think she hit the lottery! I know she’ll love her new home and family! Have a great weekend! :sheep:

  13. 2-13
    7:24
    am

    :snoopy: I think she’s going to be a perfect addition to the farm! She’s so cute and sweet. I will be looking forward to all the pictures and adventures of Annabelle! BTW… I did make your pepperoni rolls (without the peppers) and DH loved them.

    ~Suzanne @
    http://www.sugarloafcottage.blogspot.com

  14. 2-13
    8:07
    am

    I cannot take the cuteness.

  15. 2-13
    8:10
    am

    Now we know – the lamb really did “follow her to school one day!” She is too cute – it makes me want one.

  16. 2-13
    8:11
    am

    Annabelle is a sweetheart! Lucky you and lucky her!

    Beth in PA :sheep:

  17. 2-13
    8:35
    am

    She’s cute!

  18. 2-13
    9:03
    am

    Such a sweet little thing! She’s adorable!

  19. 2-13
    9:04
    am

    At this point, you should probably charge small children to come and pet your animals ;)

  20. 2-13
    9:12
    am

    I can only repeat what everyone else said – she’s adorable! And – will she bunk with Clover and the kids? Lucky Coco – a new baby to guard.

  21. 2-13
    9:15
    am

    Awwww, yes! Bring on the cuteness!

  22. 2-13
    9:59
    am

    We get to see baby Annabelle – hooray!!!!! :snoopy:

  23. 2-13
    10:03
    am

    Ahhhn! I want one! :sheep:

  24. 2-13
    10:40
    am

    Annabelle is so darling!!! :sheepjump:

  25. 2-13
    11:55
    am

    West Virginia! :woof: My homestate! :snoopy: – I was born in Charleston! (my novel Tender Graces coming out is set in West Virginia – so louisiana, too – but WVA is the main focus…! and no, I’m not here trying to advertise the novel – *smiling* – I’m just excited to come across a fellow WVA girl…I have family who still lives there – in CHarleston and around…)

    I’m so glad Gumbo writer linked you – now I’ll go look around, do some reading….*smiling* :D

  26. 2-13
    12:20
    pm

    I can’t wait to see her cuddliness at The Farm! Such a sweetie!

  27. 2-13
    1:54
    pm

    The milk mouth is just killing me. Congratulations!

  28. 2-13
    2:11
    pm

    OH…MY…STARS!!! That’s one of the cutest faces I’ve ever seen – and that includes my kids! Hahahaha!!! :snoopy: :sheepjump:

  29. 2-13
    2:18
    pm

    Their loss is your gain – I don’t know how they could give her up! I get attached very easily :heart:

  30. 2-13
    2:43
    pm

    Annabelle is too cute!

  31. 2-13
    2:44
    pm

    Suzanne,

    Annabelle is a beautiful girl! But now I am going to worry about such a little baby on her own and away from her family and sheep friends. Who will be her protector and mentor? Will she be an only lamb??

  32. 2-13
    2:55
    pm

    Lynn, she won’t be an only sheep for long! (She’s not bonded with her mother. That’s why she’s being bottle-fed.)

  33. 2-13
    3:08
    pm

    Awww, look at that face!

  34. 2-13
    6:22
    pm

    Adorable. Simply adorable.

  35. 2-13
    7:30
    pm

    What a cutie!

  36. 2-13
    8:49
    pm

    Must be spring is around the corner…Annabelle coming home over the weekend! YAY!!! How cute is that little baby. I bet you are so excited! I know I am and she’s not even coming to my house!

  37. 2-13
    10:41
    pm

    Ohhhhh Suzanne.
    Love the name, love her cute face…and already know I will love the stories about her.

  38. 2-13
    10:58
    pm

    OMG… a baby lamb. :sheep: I will have to find some plane fare and come for a visit to see a sheep-oo… that’s what we call the sheep on the farm that’s in the middle of Plano near us. A farm in the middle of a suburb of Dallas. They have sheep, llamas and cows and the odd horse or herd now and then. You never know what’s going to be grazing in their pastures season to season. They rotate livestock between a few pastures around Plano to keep the farm property tax exemption on the land. But it is a working farm… BTW internet thanks for the prayers. I had a great job interview today with the city of Dallas computer group. I may be employed again soon. That will turn the next few months of severance pay into savings and debt payments! Woo Hoo!

  39. 2-13
    11:21
    pm

    Loving the sheep. A welcomed addition to your farm, I’m sure.

    Our 2/13 daily city photo blot post features pieces of WV glass. I also added polymer clay.

    Now that you’ve got candle making mastered, perhaps you can set about making polymer clay items. They say you can repair just about anything with duct tape. Well, I maintain that you can replace just about anything with polymer clay. In the photo, you will see that I replaced the original Fenton Hobnail bottle’s stopper with a wine cork with a polymer clay heart glued on top.

    Jan

  40. 2-14
    4:24
    am

    Annabelle is just too cute!Will she live with Clover’s family? I can’t wait to see pictures of her growing up. I’d like to see more stories and pictures of Coco, too. She’s gorgeous!

    Polymer clay is great! I make jewelry with it and use it to repair things too. You just can’t use it anywhere near food and have to make sure it’s all scrubbed clean in the kitchen. It is extremely poisonous!

  41. 2-14
    8:13
    pm

    Oh you are going to love bottle feeding a lamb. Morgan will too.
    Nothing spells spring like a baby needing feeding.

  42. 9-20
    1:34
    am

    Oh so very cute !
    This reminds me of the time when my bitch dona had had a litter.
    We would feed those bundles of joy with small feeding bottles.

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