Old Photos

During my search for an email address to write my Christmas thank you letters, I found these photos of ‘Bert and Lambie taken by some friends in, we reckon, Summer 2015.  It was back in the days when I was a loved and appreciated Muzzah.

Little Lambie was obviously being unhelpful and uncuddly. “Get off, Muzzah.  Ziss is vey uncool”.

But he was such a dude but always a Mummy’s boy.

I love seeing my Boyzens all small and extra cute.

I found these videos in my Youtube account as well.  They make me smile when I watch them.

But the sheeple grew up and are now huge hulking great Boyzenberries who like biscuits very much (but in my heart they are still my little boys).

And here is ‘Ster who was never cuddly-wuddly as he was quite big when he arrived in November 2015.  I didn’t want him to feel left out.

I found his first blog post.  We have all moved on since then.

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5 thoughts on “Old Photos

  1. Celeste

    Aw, how cute! Wonderful to see their baby pictures. Did I tell you I got a Shetland lamb after my trip? A dark brown boy, Buddy, he’s about 8 months old. He’s pretty well integrated into my herd of 2 sheep and 3 goats. Unfortunately he doesn’t much like hugs which is too bad cuz he’s so soft and fluffy. We’re still working on it.

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  2. Terri

    I love baby pictures! Those little furry faces are so sweet. And nothing cuter than little ones (especially lambs) gamboling! Our 2-yr-old granddaughter was gamboling the other day too — pure ‘joie de vivre’! As our little darlings grow (whatever species) and need fewer cuddles and huggles, we need to take comfort in knowing that we gave them a good start. You certainly were the best Mum these lambs ever could have had! Brava!

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  3. Linda Loba

    You said it, Frances: “No matter how big a lad gets, he will always be Muzzah’s Boy.” Or girl (in my case it’s a 5 year-old 100 lb. Malamute who will always be “the puppy.”
    Happy New Year to you and Yours!

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