6.13.2007

Pepper at 8 Months

Pfeffernüesse with her mamma, Lacey, on her birth day, October 3, 2006. Pepper is about an hour old in this picture.


Pepper is 8 months old now...


...and getting bigger every day.




If you ever wondered how llamas sleep, they kush down just like camels. I caught Switzer, Pepper, and Lacey all still abed the other morning.


Pepper has just woken up. You can tell she's still a bit sleepy.


Graty isn't up yet, and can't figure out why I'm in the barn so early in the morning.


Even though the llamas were still lazying about, the sheep were already awake, grazing on the dewy grass.

9 comments:

Puss-in-Boots said...

Pepper's a beautiful girl...eight months old...she's almost a lady!

Gattina said...

What a beauty (my) Pepper has become and how much did she grow ! Does she still grow ?
Rosie is home now and I am quite stressed ! Pookie is sooo jalous, she gnarled at me this morning and doesn't come in my room anymore ! Arthur is afraid of the mini cat Lisa and Kim just ignore her ! Hopefully it gets better it's only the first day ! (pictures are on my blog)

Dee said...

The early sheep gets the best grass!

historicstitcher said...

Loved meeting you over the weekend! Batt Boy really wants to make some new batts soon, too. I wonder if every one will be completely unique, or if he'll do repeats or special orders?

:)

pins&needles said...

those llamas look so cuddly! I want to hold one!

RheLynn said...

Lots of pretty fuzzface pictures :) I always wondered do they hold their heads up when they sleep or do they let them slump down?

jenifleur said...

My sheep are awake and grazing long before the goats or llamas, too. Mom is like "come on, lambs, we gotta eat now before those other lazy animals get up and get all the good grass." To answer rhelynn, my llamas sleep with their heads down, necks stretched out and will occasionally even lie on their sides with legs stretched out, too. But they don't sleep much that I can tell, usually they're kushing and busy watching the woods for danger. How about yours, O'Kitten? And like yours, mine are always confused to see me at 5 am before I go to work. Why so early, they wonder.

Jenifleur
http://www.knottygirls.com/jenla.blog

Barb said...

woo-hoo, you won one of the Best Pal prizes at the PGE blog!! I was sooo hoping you'd win when I nominated you!!!! can't wait too see which box you get, they looked like awesome prizes :)

Mouse said...

My husband still says I can't have a llama in the yard even if Pepper IS adorable. We'll just have to keep throwing the cute at him and see if he cracks.