Hi Theresa - what fun .. they look so healthy ... cheers Hilary
twins are double the awwwwwwww and I love mama's earrings, she acts like she is dressed and ready for a photo
Oh what a precious photo of mama and twin calves. Have a great day. Jo
love mama's earrings. they go with her coat.
Love the little black beauties and the cute llama with it's bushy tail :)Have a beautiful weekend!【ツ】Knipsa
I always take pictures of cows are good posing.Good shots makes me feel peaceful.Greetings.
Mama looks both relaxed and alert, checking you out.
Very cute, but I think Kids are baby goats.jk
Beautiful babies! And i'm laughing at Joeh's joke.
AWE! Cute twins!
Precious!Llama guardian... I think everyone needs one of those in life! Where can I get one? ;-)
Babies feeling safe with mama watching over them.
What a surprise. A Texas llama!
oh!! what CUTE twins!! i love their mama's earrings!! and a llama guardian! i wouldn't mind having one of those!have a nice weekend theresa!!
How cute. Have a super Saturday.Best wishes Molly
Yes, they are cute all right. :-)
Good morning Tex!Love the mama and the twins!
So cute, and love that green grass!
I wonder if those two calves are twins.I like that the llama is the guardian. Have a great weekend.Hugs,JB
I've been seeing new babies all along in the pastures! LOVE spring time! blessings ~ tanna
Very cute twins! :)
They are so sweet!:) We have twelve young ones at the moment. Will be posting them on my return to blogging.
I love calf time. Our neighbors have red and black angus...see those little bumps in the pasture or nursing...so cute!
Baby calves are one of my favorite animals, being just a farm girl at heart....but twins! I'd be thrilled to see them.
Well, well----llama, Llama ding dong!
Morning, love the wee new baby calves, those faces are the cutest.Blessings Francine.
I agree with the above comments ... every mama needs a guardian llama.Cute little calves!
Cute little things!
Mama animals seem to be very protective of their young. I would not want to approach this mother!An interesting discovery.
Two sweet ;)
:) Special day. Twins sighting is good luck.
Two ear tags for two calves?? :-)
momma sure is on high alert!! i just love seeing these little ones!!!!
They look so content! I spotted what I thought was a black bear in a field, of course it was a cow!!!!
Llamas are good at that kind of thing, keeping an eye out.
Aww I love all the calves in the Spring!
Soon the young'ns will have their own stylish earrings.
Such cuties! Mama has quite the earrings!
Awwww such sweet babies.
They are just the cutest, and so is mama how she watches ever so carefully even from a slight distance!
Such a cute photo of mama cow and sweet twins. The llama has his work cut out for him.
Ah, love mama's earrings!! Fun shots for the day!
Twins! That's unusual for cows!! Cute little things...I always love cows and calves, always!Linda ★★http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.comhttps://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer
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Gorgeous twin babies cows.A very good weekend.Best regards, Irma
The mom appears to have a highly satisfied look and appearance. Her kids are healthy and safe !
Gotta luv that big mama! Don't you wonder what goes through their brain when they see someone stopping to take their picture! :-) Have a fine weekend!
How precious. Two baby calves and a Mama !
Hi Theresa, Babies everywhere. I so love Spring! Great pictures of the cattle! Have a wonderful day today and another great day tomorrow!
Wonderful, excellent catches! Beautiful photos!
Twins! I love it! :)xoxo
Family time - great time!Whenever I see cows, I am reminded of 'Norman' from City Slickers :)Have a Beautiful Day, Theresa!Peace :)
Spring is here and that includes young calves in:-) Very nice to see.
Awww! They look so content.
oh so cute. Love them. I mean can I love them. I don't even know them. Ha ha.Coming from you taking.Yup per. I have grown to love them.Hey you call them Kids on your block. Thumbs up.Love that quote.
Beautiful capture of the mom and the young ones.
I like Mamas stylish yellow earings. It's just her color.
In Poland we don't have this species looks fantastic..
The Llama is there, looking after the calves.
I like cows Tex!!Great shots!!Lovely family images!Dimi...
Cows can be so peaceful.
Twins, not common, about 1 in 4000 cattle births, or 1% to 7%, so I hope they thrive. Double ear tags? Maybe she had an extra one put in when she was scanned? Do they scan on that farm?I know they do on huge sheep farms, and separate the multiples to better feed paddocks, and easier access when the lambs are born. Lovely to see another one to guard them as they grow.
Looks like a nice place to graze.
gosh, they are adorable!!
Mama is a force to be reckoned with!
what sweet little creatures! I've heard that llamas make great guardians....
Aw, aren't they cute?! Mama is very fashionable with her earrings too.
Aw, it will be fun to watch them grow:@)
Awwww, so cute! Did you see the mama that had four?
Oh ~ how adorable and lovely to live near nature's beautiful gems! Great shots!Happy Weekend to you,artmusedog and carol
Lovely cow and calves. I like that llama.
sure sign of spring!
Twins! How adorable!
Oh twins how cute ! Is that a Lama or a Alpaca ? Alpaca farms are popular over here . Thanks for sharing nice photos . Have a good weekend !
aww babies! Cuties too.
Cute little twins. Oh and the Llamas nice too.
The twins are cute, momma should be very proud! The llama is cool too! Thanks gorgeous linking up, happy weekend!
Sweet baby calves!
A couple of cuties and Mama ain't so bad herself.MB
Awwww...twins! Have you been following me around while I hunted for critters? We seem to be on the same wave length...scary!...:)JP
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How cute they are !!
aww, so cute. babies are precious. happy times!! ( :
I love seeing new baby calves. Cute little twins are double the fun!
Awww, normally, that is unusal to have twins. Great shots as always!
Baby calves are soooo cute!
Mama was really giving you the look! Sweet pictures.
What sweet little (well, actually not that little I guess) twins. They have their mother's eyes.
Welcome little calves!
I do love the newcomers -- It means spring is coming!! ...Right?
There's nothing like a new crop of spring calves! So cute . . . I wouldn't want to approach "mama" tho. :)
I think we should name the twins Ding and Dong. Then you'd have Mama, Llama.. Ding Dong.
I love the cows shot and the Llama as well.
Beef it's what's for dinner. Not so sure about that llama. Sweaters maybe?
A guard Llama? Must be something new, guess I need to "Google" that.Mamma and the twins all look pretty content!
Cute set of twins.
They look so happy! I was just asking my husband for a cow today, haha! Anyhoo, I found your page through a fellow blogger and thought I would stop by and say hi! It would totally make my day if you did the same - or better yet, keep in touch! <3 - www.domesticgeekgirl.com
What a sweet addition! :)
Love to see new life. Cracking series of images. Have a lovely weekend
Dearest Theresa; Wow, how sweet to see three Mama and cud together♡♡♡ I LOVE the yellow ear tag as it really matches the body color.Llama close to you... how interesting, as I thought they live in the upland area：-）Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*
The babies are adorable!
I wonder how Mama feels about the llama guardian? ;)
wow, twin calves. That´s a treat :)
Twins! And a llama, too! Love them--in pictures, anyway.
Mom's earrings look a bit silly.
They looks sweet!
We love babies!
What cute calves!
Nice earrings . . .
Looks like they have a great place to live, lots of grass and fresh water.
Never know what will turn up in your world but can always guarantee something fascinating. Very interesting comment from Nancy J. Love the llama too!
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