Mostly all they do is feed and sleep, but they have also started to make little squeaky barking noises and sort of drag them selves along the ground if they get too far from their mama.
And today they started to wag their tails too (see above pic). This mostly happens when they are feeding and is too cute for words.
And their Willow mama adores them. She has taken a few quick walks away from them to eat and dust bathe and dig but constantly looks back to them and rushes back the moment she sees one of us touching them or if one of them cries.
She does not like us cuddling them at all and watches us and sometimes cries until we give them back to her.
A few times I have seen her try to pick one up in her jaw to move it but she has quickly put them down. I wonder if she'll bite the skin at the back of their necks to carry them or is that only with cats?
So apart from the farm chores and some berry picking, that's what's been going on here at Daylesford Organics for the past few days. Real work, hopefully ploughing up some vegie beds if its dry enough, resumes tomorrow.
The farm shop which was meant to reopen in January will remain closed until further notice due to the flooding and the delayed planting.
Bye for now.