However, in the very cold temperatures I am unable to take many pictures and surely can't take them out for play time in the yard. Our house is consumed with kids and presents and a tree so I can't bring them in. And I am a fanatic about lighting, I detest indoor flash. It's really quite dreadful. Yesterday for a brief moment I put my coat on and thought... well maybe I could do a few photos.... and I quickly changed my mind. So perhaps I will be stuck in the garage for the next couple weeks.
I am dying to take some nice ones of our juniors we have growing. They are some of the nicest we have produced and I am so excited how they are turning out. Rudy, our own buck produced two gorgeous blacks. One buck and one doe. I am thrilled that he is likely going to be a great herd buck for us. We also have a gorgeous buck out of Fibonacci that just keeps getting better and better. He is also solid black. We are hoping to get him to some shows this year. And our gorgeous litter out of our TF doe is coming along nicely. I am so in love with a little doe in this litter, I think she may be the best doe we have produced so far. She should be very showy in a few months.
On the bright side of the cold winter, we have a couple cute litters to occupy us inside. Cream Puff had 9 sable point babies. One did not survive, but even 8 is a huge huge litter. I almost feel like one looks to be a siamese sable but not sure if that is even an option. This is why I dislike the sables so much. My mind likes to look at a rabbit and know what color it is. I don't have it in me to sit them aside for weeks at a time and then figure it out. Anyhow, they are all growing very nicely!
Quinnes rabbit had a cute blue tort and black tort which she has already named Peppermint and Jingle bells. Not my choice in names but since she puts a good amount of effort into the care of her rabbits I suppose she gets to name them whatever she pleases.
So until later here's a pic of the newbies to grow. I plan on getting at least a few pics of our gorgeous Juniors up on the website sometime today or tomorrow.