Actually, it’s a baby Mouflon. A Mouflon is a type of wild sheep with big horns. So technically this is a baby lamb, but if you ask me, she looks more like a baby deer. Anyway. The cuteness is indisputable. Go on. Try and dissuade me. Nope, you can’t do it. [YouTube]
Shepherd Wolfgang Grensens decided to adopt 6-week-old Wally after his mother died. I am supposed to be thinking about things I’m grateful for since Thanksgiving is coming soon, so, I pick this. Just try to be disgruntled about life while looking at this picture. It’s extremely difficult. I want to bury my face in Wally’s wooly body and live there forever. [Buzzfeed]
Rough week? It is nothing that a spotted baby lamb with an adopted dalmatian mommy can’t fix. And you get your mind out of the gutter, young lady — she is the cross between “a pure-bred white Dorper ram and a Doper and Van Rooy ewe.” Whatever that means, it is too cute for words. I am never eating lamb chops again! [YouTube]
There’s no midweek malaise that can’t be cured by a cute animal video. Without further ado, I present to you The Incredible Leaping Lamb. OMG, I’m dying. Does it have springs on its feet? Is it part kangaroo? How does it catch so much air? A kernel of joy just bloomed in my heart and my life makes sense again. I didn’t know you could keep lambs as pets. Crap, I might need one now. But it has to be one that leaps. I long to engage in this type of lamb play. [Buzzfeed]
Oh God, I am so embarrassed. You’ve caught me drooling. I’ve been starring at this picture of Gwen Stefani at the amfAR gala at Cannes and didn’t even realize I was salivating. She looks so chic — and it’s her own design. Yep, this black halter-neck, mermaid-train gown, with gold belt detail, is from her L.A.M.B. line. Someone needs to be dressing actresses for the Oscars next year! Dang, remember when she used to wear nothing but cut-off white tank tops?
This wasn’t even the first show-stopping number Gwen wore this week in France — after the jump, two more dazzling looks. Keep reading »
Freelance writing may have dried up for a lot of journalists, but the well has not yet run dry for Tavi. The 14-year-old fashion blogger got a gig a million girls would die for interviewing Gwen Stefani about her L.A.M.B. line for Teen Vogue! Writing in the February issue, Tavi initially revealed herself to be wary of celebrity-designed lines. “I can’t say I’m enthusiastic about the recent celebrity-turned-designer trend. In fact, I’m a skeptic,” she wrote. “Too often I feel people are expected to drop a couple hundred dollars just because X celebrity was good in Y sitcom, thus somehow making X’s design abilities top-notch.” Agreed. (Sorry, LiLo, but your products suck.) Keep reading »