House sitting has its perks

I haven't been posting online this week because we moved, at least for 6 months or so. We are house sitting for a friend while she is away working. It's not easy to blend two households into something workable, but I think we have a handle on it now, after a week of organizing. Lots more to do, of course, but it's a process with lots of changes to come.

One of the perks of her place is her 4 sheep that all had babies in the last few weeks.
This morning, the last ewe had hers--we were wondering if she ever would because the others arrived over 2 weeks ago.

Anyway, these are her newborns that are just a few hours old in these photos.

These are two that are about 2 weeks old.

Fortunately for us, we just get to pet them and feed them and enjoy their company. Another friend is in charge of the sheepies, so we don't have to worry.


Amy said...

Love the little Spring lambs, some of them are such cheeky playful things.

kiwikid said...

Such cute little beasties. Enjoy playing.

Lee@A Guide to Northeastern Gardening said...

Oh they are so cute! Thanks for sharing these sweet pictures.

Vilt og vakkert said...

Heisann, still busy?
I send an invitation for Blogger's Sunday Walk to everyone who has joined some time ago. Participating has now become easier via InLinkz. The intention is the same: “to detach” bloggers from the computer screen for a while to use their legs, and then share the experiences of the trip. There will be an unpretentious photo assignment as well. Would have been really nice if you join us the last Sunday in October. I intend to have a post the Monday before to inform about BSW Fall 2019. Welcome, best regards Vilt og vakkert.

Here you can see the latest arrangement BSW Summer 2019:


eileeninmd said...

The sheep are so cute. Sweet photos! Enjoy your day, have a great weekend!

diane b said...

They are so cute. House sitting can be interesting in NZ by the looks.

Phil Slade said...

Lots of aaws and aahs here Betty. Lambs really are the cutest animal.