February 16, 2009

Tongue-tied

Abby
Abby
Mother goat with newborn kids
Abby as a puppy, a young Emma in the background.
Newborn buckling
Dreyfus
Emma and Jamey
Dreyfus
Buck and Doe
Great Pyrenees Puppy.
Bayla
Nifty and newborn buckling.
Bayla
Maybe my animals are trying to tell me something? Maybe how they feel about all the pictures?

16 comments:

Carolyn said...

So cute...the best medicine for the ick that is keeping me in bed today.

Lynda said...

They are all just SO gorgeous, I want to come on over & give them each a kiss on their noses :)

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

Perhaps...just so they don't stick their tongue out at you! :) Funny how animals show their personalities, isn't it?

Claire said...

Oh that's so cute and funny! I will have to collect some tongue photos over time and do the same! What a great idea!

Mama said...

That is too cute,your dogs are so pretty;)

Dalyn (AKA The Queen of Quite Alot) said...

I love your pictures...I see you do well with GLDs. I don't! Gave up on dogs. YOurs are pretty though, and look like they enjoy their job.

Alix said...

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE send me that newborn kid before I collapse from an accute attack of cuteness.

Christy said...

That's a lot of tongues!

Amy said...

LOL, we had a Nubian doe do that too and I snapped a picture of her sticking her tongue out at me, we have 2 cats that do that alot as well!

KathyB. said...

What a great post, and what beautiful and cute animals...and my, what pink tongues they all have!

The third picture down, of the doe and kid had me doing a double take. I was sure I was viewing a picture of Jacob sheep. You know, most people think my sheep are goats and if they saw this picture they would be certain of it!

Esther Garvi said...

I don't know who were the cutest in this post, but I think the dogs won!

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

Carolyn & Lynda - Thank you!

Mary - Maybe some of them was sticking their tongues out at me! LOL.

Claire-I got the idea after getting those top two pictures of Abby recently. I remembered I had one of Dreyfus the same way. When I went back through all of my pictures, even though it was several years worth, I was surprised how many I had like that.

Mama- Thank you!

Dalyn- Thank you! Yes, the Great Pyrs have worked really well for us, I couldn't be happier with how they do their job. I think a lot of people run into problems when they can't keep them in, as from what I hear they do like to wander and try and expand their territory if they can. We have electric fence and it has always kept ours in fine.

Alix - cute little bugger wasn't he? Don't fret, that picture is a few years old. He is a big, stinky buck by now and probably no where near as cute. He went home with a couple that was starting a small commercial herd of goats to be their breeding buck.

Amy and Christy - thanks for commenting. I bet that is a cute picture Amy!

KathyB- Thank you! I just love your sheep, they are so beautiful.

Esther - LOL, I think you are right!

Mom L said...

I loved this post! I wish I lived close to a farm so I could love, hug and admire fuzzy/woolly critters up close! (Sorry, Emma - my cat - I don't mean to slight you!)
Nancy

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

Thank you Nancy! I am sure Emma would understand! We have a goat named Emma!

ChristyACB said...

That is just too cute for words. Really...

Christine said...

Oh wow...the Great Pyrenees Puppy pic is too freakin' sweet! I love that one...it belongs on a postcard!