At one month old, a-ster propped her in the corner of her crib to pose with the lamb. "She seemed pretty excited about it," a-ster said. "Who doesn't love a lamb? They are so cute. And fluffy. And white.
And in this case. HUGE.
According to this picutre, l-ster appears to be liking the lamb. The lamb looks quite innocent and pure. No one was prepared for what happened next.
LAMB CHEWS ON BABY
After changing out of her outfit from Auntiejo, l-ster was back in her crib for more pictures with the lamb. It is believed the photographer was going for a "fleece as white as snow" look, not surprising given the number of years the w-girls spent in a Christian school.
A source close to the family says he heard someone bleatingly say "STICK EM UP, BABY" at which point, it is believed, l-ster flung her hands over her head, her fists always at the ready.
It is too early to tell if the lamb did any permanent damage, though judging by the smirk on l-ster's face, authorities believe the lamb may have found a ticklish spot.
When asked if a-ster knew who might have sent this dangerous toy, a-ster said, "No, I mean, we did get a nice gift from the farm when we brought her home, but we never thought we'd get anything like this." The P-family's mailman has confirmed that over the past 4 weeks, there have been numerous letters delivered to the P-family, all bearing the same kind of hoofprint and smelling faintly of hay. Father s-ster says, "We didn't take those threats seriously, we thought someone was playing a joke. I guess we know
The family is pretty shaken over the whole ordeal, but has determined to see this through to the end. Their therapist suggested that every month, l-ster pose with this lamb and until she is big enough to hold her own, no one will be placing the lamb within biting distance. And next month, the theme may change slightly if that mama sheep can't get some control.