Well, I'm hoping somebody will be around this time of the night. My doe, Betty Bob, kidded in the middle of the night. I heard her grunting and got out there for the birth. One pretty black and white doe. I figured she was done because she didn't look half as big as my doe who kidded earlier in the week with twins. But about fifteen minutes after she had her, another bubble appeared. I couldn't see any feet behind this one like the first bubble, though. I put some gloves and lube on and stuck a couple fingers in, but really don't have any clue what I'm feeling for. Plus it seemed to make her bleed more. So I have been sitting here with her, but nothing else seems to be going on. No more pushing and the bubble just hangs there. Is it afterbirth or another kid? I know you aren't supposed to pull the afterbirth, so I am not sure what to do. It's definitely a fluid filled bubble. Hope a voice of experience can chime in. I've got the laptop in the barn. ~Jenny~ Update: It was the placenta/afterbirth, I guess. I had to go inside for a few minutes and when I came back out, she was in the process of expelling the placenta. So that's out of the way now, too. I'll try posting a picture if I can figure it out. We've got a little black and white, blue eyed mini-Lamancha doeling. She's so cute and already bigger than the twins that Bambi delivered on Sunday.