So I found a new way to get real depressed, forget to post photos of last year’s lambing days and decide to do both years in one post. AND then you realize how much your kids have grown and you will most likely cry yourself to sleep. Only kind of kidding guys, but let me tell you, you blink and your kids are no longer babies!! My kids love going to Eugsters and we make it a tradition to go to lambing days in the spring and the fall festival. And just a side note, lambs are born mainly in the spring hence the yearly lambing days in the April, isn’t that interesting!!! Now as far as why that is, don’t ask me there’s google for that.
Here’s some photos from the past TWO years from the Lambing days if you care to see:
This photo is worth documenting even if I look ridiculous, because don’t be fooled, though I’ll want to hold anyone’s baby, I not the biggest fan of holding large-ish squirmy animals, BUT I’M DOING IT!!!
Hands down the funniest photo I have ever seen!!!!! My family in the background is doing there own thing and I’m the only one posing!!!! It’s probably because I’m so proud of myself for STILL holding this animal. This girl of ours just loves animals.
Doing a stand-off. Gosh I love those babies of mine!!
This year was the perfect age for Jonas, because each time we went somewhere else it kept on getting better. trucks! animals! sandbox!!!!! play set! 2 is a good age guys!
This was the best family photo we could get.
And here we are again holding another baby lamb. I am willing to do a lot for my kiddos Is this not the most adorable photo! Nola did not want to let go of that sweet chick. Oh and you got to love her cross necklace we came here after church. It’s pretty fun watching your kiddos when they are having so much fun!
If you made it through all these photos I congratulate you!! Eugsters we love you and will see you again in the fall!