L is for Little Lambs…

Icelandic Lambs!!

Lambing season should officially start in 8 weeks!!


Louise with a brand new baby Dehlila


Sweet Ethel


Little Etta, hiding under a feeder.


Mr. Eensy, weighing in at a whopping 2lbs at birth!


Druna, snoozing in the dandelions…


Lovely Depla…


Little Corkey, a sweet badgerfaced lamb…


Two tired…


Cute lil Cassidy…


Louise with Diamond and Dehlila….


Camellia and Clover…


Smiling Charlie…


Handsome Casper…



AI babies in feeder

Dáð and Drifa, a bit surprised in the feeder…


Dehlila and her little guy Erpur…


Handsome Elloy.

Spring shall be arriving soon…


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26 comments on “L is for Little Lambs…

  1. Nick says:

    Had several lambs as pets growing up… so cute

  2. What precious pictures! The lambs are adorable.

  3. VBR says:

    Wonderful photos of your lamb family. I have a question. Does the wool on the different colored sheep has different quality or are they all interchangeable. The beautiful black faced lambs are my favorite!!

  4. Oh my! Dehlila is all grown up! All the lambs are so sweet — I love the one with Louise and Diamond and Dehlila — it looks like she’s saying “Now girls, behave!”

  5. Stacia says:

    Could they be any cuter?? These pictures just made my day!

  6. They can each posses different quality. We have found that typically our white and badgerfaced (the oatmeal, tannish colored) sheep have the softest fleeces overall. However we have had black, grey, and moorit (brown) fleeces that have far surpassed the others. We have a ram that has a silver fleece that won Supreme Grand Champ overall the other fiber animals, including Merino, Alpaca, etc…

  7. Pat says:

    There’s such a variety of colors and markings! They are all adorable little lambs. Can’t wait to see this year’s babies.

  8. Peg says:

    Your lambs are adorable. Smiling Charlie is my favorite. They remind us of spring too!

  9. storybeader says:

    the little ones are very cute! {:-Deb

  10. Sweet, sweet babies… I love your series of shots. I’ll bet lambing season is extremely busy, but full of delight and awe… Thank you for joining in ‘Rurality Blog Hop #1’ Hope to see you next Wednesday for #2…

  11. Thanks! It is always an exciting part of the year, even if we are a bit sleep deprived!

  12. Tracy says:

    Adorable lambs, I still think that lambs should be raised on mint just think the natural flavour of mint permitting the meat. Seriously if I though about it I would be a veggie

  13. Oh my goodness – so precious!

  14. emily says:

    Oh my goodness, does it get any cuter?!

  15. Kerri says:

    L is for LOVE – and I LOVE them all!
    What adorable little sweethearts!!

  16. Teresa says:

    So adorable! We should have our first kids in about seven weeks. I can hardly wait for all the babies!

  17. gtyyup says:

    Soooooooooooooo much cuteness…it’s spilling out over my desk!!!

    gtyyup @ http://jksroughstring.blogspot.com/

  18. love their colorings!

  19. Oh my gosh, these photos are too precious! I am kind of obsessed with baby farm animals so I adore this post. 🙂

    Found you over on Farmgirl Friday Blog Hop!

  20. Lynn Ann says:

    They are all so adorable! I love the names too. We’re still trying to come up with a name for baby & several of my suggestions are names of cows that Wayne’s mom had when he was growing up 🙂

  21. wow, what a big family of animals! so astonishing ! (:


  22. Gretchen says:

    Adorable photos – how amazing. Thank you for linking up this week on the Backyard Farming Connection. I dream of a large herd someday.

  23. precious little “baa-bies” Thank you for sharing at the hop xo

  24. Lisa Lynn says:

    Awwww, how cute! Thanks for sharing this on The HomeAcre Hop! Hope to see you again on Thursday when the next hop goes live at:

  25. Thanks for stopping by!

  26. I think I might have a crush on Little Corky!

    What a sweet, sweet link!

    This feels like spring-time!

    Thank you.


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