Sunday, May 13, 2012

oooohhhhh mamma...

these ducklings were too cute for words,
but I sure am happy I did not have "7"!!
Two hands, two kids, it worked well for me!!


I have been seeing lot's of little one's recently.
These babies were tailing behind two Canadian Geese,


they were lighter in color but just as sweet and fluffy!!


Thanks to Scott and Mike for making me one happy mom.
Happy Mothers Day Everyone!!


28 comments:

  1. I'm right with you...two kids, two hands! And I LOVED seeing all the babies around the pond. LOVE that shot with them all in a row. Hope you are well, and that you enjoy your day!

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  2. they're so cute. i was #8 of 8. my oldest sis played mom to me for my first few years. :)

    happy mom's day, debbie!

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  3. Happy Mother's Day Debbie!! Those fuzzy little ducklings are sooo cute! I just seen our first baby goslings here too! I watch mother's with small children and appreciate my quiet life!!

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  4. These ducklings are so darn cute. First thing I did was count how many there were. I can't imagine having so many babies to care for all at once. I hope you have a nice Mother's day.

    xo,
    Danielle

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  5. Wow how I love to see this little babies. Hope you've had a great mum's day.
    gr. marijke

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  6. Oh, Debbie, I just love the little ones. Love how you captured them training behind Mom - perfect for mother's day :)

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  7. great captures and oh so sweet!

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  8. Adorable babies, Debbie. What a cute sighting. Happy Mother's day!

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  9. Oh, cute!!! Happy Mom's Day!

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  10. Awe too cute. I hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day!

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  11. Great shots, Debbie! They're cute little fuzzballs!

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  12. Totally agree with you on not having 7. I'm pregnant with number 3 and that is plenty for me. My hubby's grandma had 17 kids. How in this world do you do that????

    Beautiful pics...I've been aiming to take Ax to see the ducks and haven't yet done it.

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  13. Sweet baby ducks there - all lined in a row!
    HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY! Love, sandie

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  14. Oh, so sweet! Hope you had a terrific day. Bonnie

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  15. Just as sweet as can be. Happy Mother's Day!

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  16. Happy Mother's Day Debbie.

    I love the look on Momma Duck's "face," as if she's saying, "get a move-on, kids!"

    Thank you for sharing at Your Sunday Best this week. xoxo

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  17. I love momma ducks and babies. Such great pictures! I hope you had a lovely day.

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  18. Adorable! Hope you had a wonderful Mom's Day! Thanks for your comment and the one about my header too!

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  19. Oh how cute!... Our baby birds have not arrived yet.. I think it is still to cold here for them..but we do have lots of ducks and Canada Geese around... I wonder what those Canada Geese are doing in your neck of the woods:) (Guess they are the smart ones:))))

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  20. Oh those babies are just to cute!

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  21. I always love the nature pictures. These were especially sweet. I loved the one of the ducklings following behind. A great picture for Mother's Day.

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  22. Ducks can have that many babies because they all leave after mere weeks! ;)

    Happy Mother's Day (belated)! I'm with you--I had two kids--a boy and a girl. One of each was enough for me and allowed me the time to spend with each of them. I love being a mom and I miss them being here so!

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