As promised, here are the pictures. This was day one when I brought in this little Peanut. He was pretty tiny, very hypothermic and half dead. When this happens, I just wrap the lambs in a towel, then my heating pad, then a blanket - well scrap of polar fleece from my sewing stash, hehe. If things allow, I often will put them on my chest and have a nap with the warm bundle until one of us wakes up ready to go :o). It only took 45 minutes for this little guy. Unfortuneately his mamma didn't have much milk and had no interest in her lambs. There were twins, and so they both ended up inside my house as orphans. I am such a sucker.LOL and I have such an obedient sheep dog! These lambs will climb all over her with their pointy little hooves and the only thing she will do is look at me mournfully.
Here is another little one just a couple hours old. Her mamma wanted her and had good milk, she just had icicles hanging from her ears! So I brought her in just to dry her off and took her back out to her happy mamma. All is well.
Once the lambs are a couple days old, they get curious, chewerful and full of mischeif. This one insisted on helping me as I crocheted this sock.