For this year's temporary names we have decided to go with a theme. This year's theme is Pride and Prejudice.
First lamb of the season. This is a little ewe lamb, who we are calling Jane. She is out of Elsa x Gunter. Jane is the mellow sister who gets along with everybody, unlike her sister Lizzy who has a hard time with Mama.
This is our first ram lamb of the season. He is out of Sigrid x Ibsen. We are calling him Bingley. He is smaller than his sister, right now, but he will catch up quickly.
This pretty little ewe lamb is Georgiana. She is out of Astrid x Gunter.
Our second little white ram lamb. He is out of Anna x Ibsen. We are calling him Colonel Fitzwilliam, Fitz for short.
Bingley and Caroline hiding from all the activity with the new baby lamb, Fitz.
Lizzy, Jane and Darcy playing king of the hill. Jane is the big winner at this point.
Where Darcy looks like he stuck his nose in a paint can, Wickham looks like rolled in the paint! Such a fun and beautiful little ram.
A couple days after the two foot dump of snow.
This is Elsa x Gunter's second ewe lamb. We are calling her Lizzy. The silver fringe on the backs of her ears distinguish her from her sister. Also, this is the little ewe that we are having to use Elsa as a bottle for.
This is Bingley and his twin sister, Caroline. She is the blackest lamb we have had to date. The picture is slightly deceiving as she is blacker than she looks. I will try and get better pictures of her soon.
This handsome fella is Georgiana's twin, Darcy. He was three pounds bigger than his sister. He looks like he stuck his nose in a point can!
Our final lamb of the season, Wickham joins the rest of the gang. He is a beautiful ram lamb out of Athena x Gilbert.
Jane is laying her head on Lizzy as the girls enjoy afternoon naps.
A beautiful morning, most of the lambs are trying out the hay in the feeders.
Georgiana and Wickham have discovered the best place to be during Mama's feeding time, under the hay feeder!
Darcy, Bingley, Georgiana, Jane, Caroline and Fitzwilliam playing in the loafing shed.