That was fun! I love the way the youngsters run! Tee hee hee. xoxoxo
I was feeling a little blue, and your video of the ducklings perked me right up! i watched it twice! Thanks Natalie!
I like how the young ducks run too! It's good to see the duck flock as one now.
That was great! You can really see how they've grown.
Isobelle, me too! They are so ungainly, but cute.Elisabeth, the ducklings alway cheer me up. I go down there for a daily smile fix.AHab, they still aren't spending all day together, but it's nice that they are integrating well. I am afraid to leave the ducklings out unattended until they are a bit bigger. Too many birds of prey around here! I saw an AMerican kestrel go for a goldfinch right next to our barn. We have bigger hawks that would love to snack on ducklings.LBM, they are growing LIKE WEEDS! But cuter.
Like all your other fans, I'm smiling like a fool! Great music choice, too. You didn't add the sense of smell to the piece, but I swear I could smell duck and chicken yard. And you thought we might not want more ducks...
Okay, I want to know how you plan to top your duckling blog run - that was great, you are definitely having way to much fun.
What fun! I love watching them run. So cute.
Epic! Filmed in glorious Fowlarama I would imagine
Nance, thank you, thank you! Glad you liked it. But I think it's best not to have Smell-o-rama with these barnyard videos! ;)Musical Gardener, I have no clue, although we do have that upcoming Duck Limerick Contest!Vanilla Bean, don't you just love that ungainly little waddle-run?Jams, Fowlarama indeed! :)
I enjoyed that immensely, laughing out loud again when mama jumped on your lap. Love the duck integration photos too. I'm sensing a metaphor ...
CogDIs, glad you liked it. Sometimes I fear I'm the only one laughing hysterically at my own creations... ;)
Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!