Birdhouse Class and Lambs.

Birdhouse Class and Lambs.

It is spring! Saturday I taught a Birdhouse Class.

Everyone had fun decorating their birdhouses.

Bernadette bird house 2

birdhouse 3 birdhouse 4

Of course there was rubbing and rolling and throwing

rubbing rolling


and everyone ended up with great looking birdhouses. Bernadette (second from the left) wanted a feeder so she made her opening much bigger.

birdhouses finishedThe other way I know that spring is here I we had our first lambs . We started with a bang, quadruplets. They are less than an hour old here, so not even cleaned up properly yet.

quad lams

and the reason my post is late this morning is because I have a visitor.




20 thoughts on “Birdhouse Class and Lambs.

  1. Your students look as though they enjoyed themselves and they have lovely felt to take home.

    All five babies are cute!

  2. Lovely birdhouses! And best of luck with the quadruplets. I assume that means you will have to do some bottle-feeding too? Still about two weeks left before our lambs are due. 🙂

    1. More rain and snow (!) expected this weekend, hoping for warmer weather after that… But the sheep are still in the barn, with access to a smaller winter exclosure outdoors. They will be let out for grazing in the beginning of June, when there is grass to eat.

  3. You are one busy lady Ann! All the babies are adorable. You’ll have your hands full with quadruplets and a grandchild! Enjoy! Great bird houses!l

  4. The birdhouses/feeder all look great 🙂
    And you do have some cute babies to keep you busy!

  5. All the bird houses are fantastic… I am sure they will be treasured. Wow 4 wee lambs all at once.. And they all look great… And of course love the best visitor of all…smile..hugs

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