First time lambing for me, and for my ewe. Friday eve one of my ewes separated herself from the flock and wouldn’t eat. We moved her into the barn alone. Saturday she was just tired and didn’t eat much. Sunday morning she was laying on side panting, then spent the day pawing the ground, circling, up and down, and seemed very uncomfortable. I don’t think she was pushing, but did stretch and drag her legs behind her at times. No dilation, but there does seem to be mucous discharge, and she spent the weekend exhausted and so uncomfortable, and wouldn’t eat. Ok here’s the question. Monday morning she was back to herself, lively and eating, and begging to go back to pasture. She’s still is that way on Tuesday morning, only change is a much deeper baaa, kind of weird like she has a sore throat. Is it possible she wasn’t in labor? I hesitate to let her back out to pasture, lows are still in the 20s, plus she’s a first time mother. But if it could be a while yet, I don’t know if keeping her alone in the barn is a good idea either. It’s a very small barn, not much room for other sheep in there for an extended time. I am very confused about this progressions of events, any thoughts or advice is so appreciated.