Favorite sheep is an interesting gal. She got her name because out of the four ewes we originally bought, she was the friendliest, so even though we agreed not to name them, my daughter soon referred to her as her "Favorite". She had a small marking, a spot on her back, and was always friendly even when some of the other ewes were scared.
A few years ago she had a stroke, as a result she does not eat well and tends to drool. We have to feed her a bit extra, but since she was called "Favorite" we could not really sell her (or... you know...), as most real farmers would have done.
Anyhow... this morning when I went out to the barn there she was just inside the barn door with two new lambs, twin girls, both white, with black around their eyes. One even has a little spot on her back too!
I put her in the smaller stall with her lambs, while the other ewes and lambs went out for the day. Temperatures are just above freezing in the day, and just below at night. Things are melting - Yeah!
So that leaves just two more ewes left to have their lambs...
As a note - one of Girlie's lambs still needs a bottle, but only twice a day. Diamonds triplets born a few days ago, had fetlocks that really curled under. I have been straightening their legs out and they look just fine now.
In this picture we see Girlie with her triplets, the black one is hard to see, and the smaller white one is the one that gets the bottle. Behind her is the ram (you cannot see his head). To the right is Patsy and her twins - not a good picture I realize, and of course Crystal the llama watching all.