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

throwing

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.

Fynn

 

 

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20 Responses to Birdhouse Class and Lambs.

  1. Sharon - says:

    What a lovely trio, great birdhouses, cute weeny lambs and one adorable baby! X

  2. Leonor says:

    Birdhouses, lambs and babies – Spring has sprung indeed! 🙂

  3. ruthlane says:

    Wonderful signs of spring up your way Ann! The babies are adorable, all five of them 😉

  4. Lyn says:

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

    All five babies are cute!

  5. zararooke says:

    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. 🙂

    • Thank you . Yes we are giving them all some milk in a bottle. Will the weather be warm by the time the lambs come?

    • zararooke says:

      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.

  6. Marilyn aka Pandagirl says:

    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

  7. zedster66 says:

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

  8. luvswool says:

    The smiles on the faces of your students reveal the success of your class. Birds, babies, lambs…
    The joys of Spring!

  9. Judy says:

    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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