Wednesday, August 22, 2012

#WordlessWednesday - Haven't You Always Wanted An Alpaca?



Little One absolutely loves these cuties at the Noble Alpaca Farm!

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15 comments:

Wendy S said...

They're cute!!

(are they related to lamas?)

Randa @ The Bewitchin' Kitchen said...

Oh my goodness! Those babys are so cute!

Thank you for linking up :)

Shayna said...

Want? No, but spending time with someone's else's sure!

Kathryn Lavallee said...

Of course I have! It's a llama with a funky hairdo, what's not to love? LOL

Deborah Coombs said...

I was kind of hoping you were going to introduce these as the newest addition to your farm :) they are really cute

Elizabeth FrugalMomEh said...

What! So weird looking and oddly cute, are they related to Llama's?

Canadian Dad said...

Bad Ass! Can I say ass on your blog? If not, I'm sorry for writing ass twice...

caninecologne said...

i like the tufts of hair on an alpaca's head! plus, their fur is super soft!

Brandi Yee said...

So cute! The first time I told my son what they were called, he thought I said, "A Pickle" and called them that all day lol

~Shannon~ said...

Those babes are so cute!!

Christine said...

Wendy:
I think they are! I'll have to double check. LOL!

Krystal @ Uh Oh Mom! said...

It looks like a mini llama. Look at the hairdos on them.lol

Nolie said...

They are sooooo cute

Monica said...

There is an alpaca farm near us and they sell mittens, sweaters ect. from the wool...soooo warm and the alpacas are so darn cute!

~ The Country Mouse ~ said...

I think they always look so gentle.

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