Farm Babies happens every spring at the Minnesota Zoo, and this year we were lucky enough to be invited to go! So we all grabbed our cameras, got warm clothes (it’s still a little chilly here), and headed out to the zoo for a day on the farm.
The images that follow are our favorites from the day. After seeing all the stinkin’ adorableness, you’ll have no choice but to head out to your own zoo to have a look. Though yours probably doesn’t have a farm babies exhibit; ours is cooler than yours.
But enough rambling. Enjoy the cuteness overload.
Believe it or not, that sheep picture has no photo editing at all. Not one bit. That sheep is naturally photogenic. Aren’t you jealous?
And you thought you were having a bad hair day? This picture kind of put things in perspective, huh?
This kid (that’s a baby goat) looks so sad. But we promise it isn’t! It was jumping all over the place just a few seconds before this photo was taken.
Look at that kid!!! How can you resist? That was his begging face; we had snacks. He wanted them. He got them. I mean, did you see that face?!? No one can resist farm babies.
These kids gave Nellie the shaft. They are my favorites! Look at those cute little butts.
Hey everyone? What’s happening? I can’t see! I can’t see! Maybe if I stretch just a bit farther…just a bit…
This lamb makes you want to free it. It looks quite pathetic. But once again, it was just mad at me because I stopped petting it to take the picture.
This reminds of Katie and Levi. One pushing the other to go faster. “Here, let me help.” Yep. That’s about right.
This sheep was too cute! Sure, it’s not actually one of the farm babies, but it was bleating like mad. We’re pretty sure it was jealous of all the attention the farm babies were getting.
Have you been to see the Farm Babies at the Minnesota Zoo? What was your favorite?
Like these? Head over to our Minnesota Zoo post for more ways to enjoy your own zoo.