Ugh! I demand no more snow! (stomps hoof) I want spring! I want it now! Do you know who I am? I am Ba– OK, who threw that snowball at me?
C’mon, it’s chilly out here! The Deer Diner’s not open all day! Let’s shake a
Cuteporter Jo says, “He can get all the ladies. No matter how far away they are. I want to know why that one buck’s name is Lumpy.” As seen on Digg.
And I’m a DANCIN’ AND PRANCIN’ LOVE MACHINE!
“This video was taken by my wife Jenna at her work site near a mine in Arizona. It’s a juvenile whitetail deer still with its mom seen in the video. It prances so funny and has a good time sprinting circles around Mom and playing on the hillside.” -Cory R.
[We'd like to say this video was from BOING BOING but it isn't. -Ed]
Let the comparisons to Bambi begin!
“We were unpacking the car from a trip when this fawn stumbled across our yard and into Maya’s arms. The fawn had a good sense about Maya and followed her every step. They were inseparable. Maya knew it needed its mother, who we believe was off eating and recuperating from the birthing, so she led it back to the woods. We have not seen the fawn since.”
-Cuteporter Brad H., whose daughter Maya obviously has a bright future working with animals.
Music: “Yes I Know” – The Black Lillies.
This delightful daisy relative can be found in high elevation fields. In latin it’s named Bellis cervidae which means pretty deer.
To fully appreciate this darling little flower, take a hike up to your favorite alpine meadow and see it in person.
Kim Williams, I hold this image dear to my heart!
Two faces to wash, and four dirty hands
Two insistent voices, making demands
Twice as much crying, when things go wrong
The four eyes closing, with slumber song
Twice as many garments, blowing on the line
Two cherubs in the wagon, soaking up sunshine
Work I do for twins, naturally comes double
But four arms to hug me, repay all my trouble.
-Author Unknown (BUT I SUSPECT HALLMARK)
Dearest Peeps! We’re very happy to announce that Cute Overlord Meg and hubby Sparky just had twins. The entire family is thrilled at the two healthy additions, including Aunt Chief Sister Officer. No names yet—maybe “Maru” and “Winston”? We’ll see. Hopefully we can get some sleep soon. Hooray! Hooray!