Thursday, 31 March 2011

Lambwatch

Last night in the lambing shed, I did a little video for you. It's 2 minutes long and shows the wonderful bonding between ewe and lamb. Enjoy!



30 comments:

  1. oh how beautiful - listen to them. The wonder of nature. Thank you so much for that. What a busy time for you.
    Make sure you rest in between times. Has Amy seen any being born yet and if so, what does she think?

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  2. Oh Kathryn...what a lovely way to start my day!!!!

    Thank you for this...mother nature is Brilliant!

    Janet xox

    http://theemptynest-janet.blogspot.com/

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  3. Have just shown this to my children. How wonderful, thanks for sharing, what a great idea fo a vlog. Made me giggle too, I wish giving birth had been that easy too!

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  4. thank you for sharing that, how wonderful & magical.

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  5. beautiful,thanks for sharing this.

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  6. wonderful and you're right oh to be a sheep :-) you need to tell the farmer to lay off the woodbines if he sounds that bad ;-)

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  7. Oh, that was SO Sweet!!!
    Love the babes!
    hughugs

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  8. Just showed my daughters, they both loved it!!
    And found it hesterical when you liken given birth to having
    A poo, lol! Look forward to seeing more x

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  9. Aw, that is LOVELY! Thank you sooooo much for sharing that with us Kathryn x

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  10. They are so cute! I love your comment about how easy it was for her to give birth. I second your thought of being a sheep during those times! :)

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  11. Awww, how adorable they are! Loved watching the one's little tail go back and forth, and hearing their voices...too precious. Such a miracle!

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  12. Awwww - I want one!!! Thanks for sharing that with us.

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  13. OH how lovely! Thankyou for sharing that. :)

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  14. Such a heart-warming video, thanks for sharing it. Nothing like the bond between a mother and child no matter it be two-legged or four.

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  15. Oh the "mehhs" and the "baas" revive so many memories - and in a few days they will be white lambs skipping about in a field. Thanks for sharing your video, I loved my bottle-fed "pet lambs" :-)

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  16. We saw little lambs last week - I love how the babies appear to wag their tails while nursing

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  17. Such a beautiful video, Kathryn. Thanks for sharing that with us.

    Btw, is "being on lambwatch" the same thing as "being on the lamb"? (We colonials sometimes have a problem with the idiom from Mother England.)

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  18. Aw, fabulous! I love how the older one is helping to lick it's little sibling clean!
    Can't believe it's lambing season again, hope you get enough rest between stints in the maternity ward. And I too wish that giving birth was that easy!

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  19. I adore lambs!

    Thank you so much for sharing this, simply beautiful.

    Xxx

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  20. Thanks for sharing that. It must be so satisfying to see this bonding time after time.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  21. The miracles of Mother Nature.

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  22. I've only just seen that and am going to ahve to come back tomorrow to show the girls. It's beautiful. Thank you

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  23. So glad you enjoyed my little snippet of lambing life. I'll another during the day so the lighting will be better.

    Thank you for your kind comments, CJ xx

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  24. I showed that to my children, they were enthralled!

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