It was another quiet day on the lambing front. Hebe had a wonderful set of twins, a ram weighing 9 lbs 14 ozs and a ewe weighing 10 lbs. The old pro that she is, Hebe had the little ewe standing up while her first born was beginning to nurse. She is a great mama.
A large storm front moved through late afternoon with fierce winds, thunder, lightning and a lot of rain. By that time Hebe and the twins were settled quite nicely in the barn, snug in their lambing jug.
Just as we waited on the storm yesterday, we feel we’re waiting on another… a lamb storm. As we keep watch over the bulging bellies and swelling udders, the number of ewes that could go anytime keeps mounting. Here’s hoping all those lambs don’t decide to come at once.
6 thoughts on “Keeping Watch”
Sweet babies! Congratulations! If you have time between all the newborn lambs, would you describe or show a photo of a lambing jug? I'm having a hard time picturing one…
I'm hoping the storm does not hit you all at once!
So cute all curled up together.
so glad things are going well, so far!
The blessing is with you and your happy animals! Wonderful lamb-twins, wonderful sheep-mother! Congratulations!
Thanks for sharing photos of your sweet lambies!