Sunday, April 05, 2009

Sunday Morning Findings


Bonnie and Clyde are proud parents (not to mention VERY protective)


18 comments:

southern queen bee said...

Congradulations on the new arrivals. Tiny Tina is sooo cute.

Jennifer said...

Awww...They are so cute!

Mildred said...

Such sweet little babies and Tiny Tina is adorable. Oh, to be that relaxed! Enjoy your day Peggy.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh how sweet, Peggy... Love seeing the baby ducks. Just precious!!!!

And Tina seems to be living the life of luxury!!!!!

Great pictures.
Happy Sunday!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Raggedy Girl said...

Happy Blessed Feathered Event

Happy Sunday To You
Roberta Anne

cindee said...

Oh what sweet babies! I love baby geese and ducks and of course chicks(-:
Poor Tina(-:
I love visiting your blog(-:

Amy said...

Congrats on the new babies!

The Mind of a Mom said...

Oh my like a real fainting goat or just one for dramatic effect and pictures??

Ryan said...

Congrats Bonnie and Clyde! So exciting.

We've been watching a pair of mallard ducks out back of our house who made their home on the bank of the river. I am expecting to see some little ones soon.

grammy said...

Wish I could bring my girlies over to see the little hatchlings (o: I have to google that fainting goat thing. Seems so funny (o:

SWEETHEARTS MOM said...

Oh cute babies. How cool. and isn't that a mystery with Tiny Tina? Didn't you say mom and dad were pure bred?

meggie said...

Lucky little goslings. They will have a safe life.
Tina is cute.

Granny said...

Those baby ducks looks so soft. Tiny Tina gets cuter every time I see a picture of her. I'd love to see her do her fainting act. Must be a sight to see.

Mama said...

Awwwww,congrats!

ChristyACB said...

Hah! Tina really does look a bit passed out!

Those babes are adorable!

Christy said...

Logan is dying to get some ducklings! I'm not so sure. I want some turkey poults.

amelia said...

Love the goslings and Tina is a lucky girl having a soft landing spot!!

DayPhoto said...

So much fun, as always to visit your farm.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/