Babydoll Lambs – Wordless Wednesday

FFR Oopsie and Juno 041314

The above photo is of Oopsie, a Babydoll Katahdin. As his name denotes, he was a mistake. The breeders Katahdin buck got over the fence to one of her Babydoll ewes and voila now there’s an Oopsie! Juno is our son’s first Babydoll lamb, Juno, who is a pure bred Babydoll. The funny thing is both these lambs were born the same week! Because Oopsie’s father was so much bigger, Oopsie will be larger than a standard Babydoll. They came home on 4/13. Oopsie is suppose to go back to the breeder as he is just a loaner companion until our son’s ram lamb is ready to come home. All the children want to keep Oopsie and at the time of this writing he’s only been here a day and a half! So we’ll see.

Just discovered a photo of Juno just after she was born with her twin sister, Jellybean, in an email from the breeder. Aren’t they sweet?

Juno and Jellybean 02-2014
Bottom photo compliments of Hillbunker Farms.

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11 comments

  1. They’re adorable! I love lambs.

  2. Tammy says:

    They truly are precious! I love how they look like stuffed animals!

  3. Donna says:

    Oh my how precious are they! And being the black sheep isn’t bad at all. ;)

  4. Sheri says:

    They are so cute.

  5. Oopsie has to be the cutest name ever, haha!

  6. Kelsey Apley says:

    Seriously can they get any cuter, oh my goodness!!!!!!! I wish I lived near you to come see all your cute animals!

  7. Kelsey, that would be so much fun! If all of you lived close by we could just make a grand day of a field trip to Loony Acres! ;)

    Penelope, we thought Oopsie was a cute name too!

    No, Donna, being the black sheep isn’t so bad. Juno is quite nice and just follows the lead of the guys.

    Tammy, they really do. They are so soft and fluffy. We are so pleased they are all finally coming up to the fencing or stall wall to be petted. Our son can let Oopsie out without a lead rope and Juno follows him right into the barn. He does make a detour to head butt our dog some nights! I think it just kind of stuns Padfoot!

  8. Those lambs are adorable! Hence why I can never eat Lamb.

  9. Marcie W. says:

    I want to pet them!!

  10. Angela says:

    Oh my goodness, these lambs are so cute! I’d love to have a small farm and have some animals.

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