Well, Boston lost her ligaments yesterday morning. I told my friends I expected kids in the next 12 hours or so, and she would probably kid between 5 and 6 or so, when it cools off in the day. Well, Coral and her friend Tia came over... and Coral went to work, leaving me and Tia alone with nothing to do. We waited around and then at 5:00, we decided to go to the lake. We left, swam and sat for a 1/2 hour, and got back 15 minutes later. The FIRST thing I did was go out and check Boston. She was laying next to our chicken coop... and I noticed that her hip looked wet and dirty... Like she had been laying in birth fluids!! We were only gone 45 minutes, and she showed NO signs other than loss of ligaments when we left... But I walked over there, and she had placenta hanging from her... and I looked around, and right under the chicken coop was a pair of black legs. I drug it out, a little black doeling that looks exactly like daddy except with more white... Then I heard a little baaaa from under the coop again and dragged out another little doeling, who looks exactly like Boston did when she was little, but the little doeling has BLACK trim! All three are doing fine... I'm so lucky, twin does AGAIN!! So far, no boys born on our farm. Well, since Boston was big enough for two and grain fed, I wonder how many Daisy will have? LOL I didn't know she was due this month till recently so she hasn't really been grainfed for the last month... Quad doelings I'm hoping! LOL Here's the oblivious father : And the proud and EXCELLENT MOTHER : And now the kids!! : Assumed first born, was nearly dry when we arrived, so we assume it was firstborn. This one is a duplicate of Daddy!! The other doeling, assumed as second born, as she was finally dry long after the black doeling was dry : What a good first time mommy!! Naptime! I'm pooped. I'm gonna play with my new babies tomorrow!! One will be named Giselle, and the other will be named either Havyn, Hazel, or Heidi. Not sure which will be named what though.