On Monday, my son’s sheep (Cutie) had two babies (Joshua and Jericho). Just a couple of hours ago, my daughter’s sheep (Anabelle) had her two babies, which are unnamed so far. Click the “More” button to see what they look like (hint: they look like lambs). Any name suggestions? I think I’ll make a contest out of this… I’ll have my daughter be the judge. The winning entry will get a free CD or DVD (your choice).

The first pic shows Joshua and Jericho after they found their legs last week.

The second picture shows Annabelle cleaning off her just-born lambs a couple of hours ago. What names would you give them?

Remember, the winning entry (i.e. whichever one Emily likes best) will receive a free CD or DVD of their choice. Let the naming begin!

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  1. Ernie Garza says:

    How about “Baby Ewey”. Or “Lamb Chop”

  2. Robin says:

    Aww brings back 4H memories. My sheep were named the following: Arnold, Baab and Baabette and Pierre. I always liked Bo and Peep too.

  3. Ernie Garza says:

    Baby Ewey

    Lamb Chop

  4. CarolBeth says:

    Ping and Pong
    LOG (for Lamb of God) and LOL (for Leg Of Lamb)
    Wait a minute…what are the genders?
    Mary and Martha?
    Skip and Doodle
    “Not me” and “Idunno”
    Buttercup and Daffodil
    Thing One and Thing Two
    Jono and Dono
    Praise and Edification (“Ed” for short)
    Rover and Spot

  5. Sandra says:

    Are they boys or girls (or one of both)? A boy could be Baaab and a girl could be Baaabaaaara

  6. Monica Potter says:

    If they stay dark, I’m going with Cadbury and Godiva. If the white grows in, I’m going with Peeps and Marshmallow. Can you tell I have Easter candy on my mind?

  7. Wendy Lewis says:

    Baaba-Ann and Ali Baaba

  8. Rosemary and Thyme
    Mutton & Chop

  9. Janine Cornett says:

    How about “Don’t Sell Me” and “Don’t Eat Me”?

  10. Lori R says:

    How about Rise and Shine? (And now all day I’ll be singing… Give God the glory, glory. ♪)Or Ken and Baaaaahbie (that would be Barbie with a Boston accent, like mine.) They are so cute!

  11. Rebecca says:

    Rocky and Bullwinkle? Patty and Stu? Ruth and Naomi?

  12. Cheryl W. says:

    How about Hannah? It’s spelled the same backwards to! That could come in handy don’t ya think?

  13. Cheryl W. says:

    My four year old daughter suggested Baa Baa Blacksheep 🙂

  14. Carl says:

    I’ll resist the urge to call them “Lunch” & “Dinner”, since those are likely not OK with your kids. Here are some of names for each gender.

    “Leroy” (as in Baaaad Baaaad Leroy Brown)
    “Last supper”
    “Baaarbra Ann”

  15. Craig D. says:

    OK, how about “Copy” & “Paste”?


    Mutt & Jeff?


    Batman & Robin?

  16. Melissa Grubelnik says:

    How cute! I would name them Itchy and Scratchy!

  17. Laurie says:

    Oh my goodness…how cute – I never saw ones so young – awww! As for names, I’m going with “Gideon” and “Gracie” 🙂

  18. Gayle says:

    In keeping with the recent pie theme – Lambie-pie and Huckleberry. I know. They don’t really go together but …

  19. Janet LaMont says:

    Either Ewey & Dewey or PETE and REPEAT!!

  20. Lynnette Staroska says:

    Flower theme since spring babies:
    “Lilac” and “Lavender”
    or “Pansy” and “Petunia”

  21. Bruce & Sherry Evans says:

    I would recommend “Kingsford” and “Briquettes”
    Sherry says “Whiffenpoof” and “Lamb chops”

  22. Jason says:

    How about




    (I like Janine’s the best tho!)

  23. Heidi says:

    Males: Levi & Luke
    Female: Lilly & Letty

  24. Marie Ray says:

    SugarSmack & CocoaPuff

  25. Karma Wagner says:

    They are so adorable!! How about:
    Ricky & Lucy
    Rocky & Bullwinkle
    Peppermint Patty & Sally
    Charlie & Linus
    Julius & Caesar
    Ruth & Naomi

    Have fun with them!

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