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Goodbye to Frigg

I know, I just said we would say goodbye to Sharon first. Well, we didn't. Even though Sharon can't feed her lamb, she still takes care of her, and dotes over her. She's only a month old, and mama makes sure she is safe out in the pasture, and can snuggle up and sleep next to her at night. This is important for a growing lamb. Especially a singleton who doesn't have siblings or even another bottle baby to attach to. Attachment is important in mammal babies. It provides the lamb protection. It provides the lamb a living model of how to be a sheep. Tori Amos will learn more by being with her mother, even if she isn't nursing. There is still a bond there. Mama teaches her what to eat and what

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