So went out this morning to do my normal routine (in the stupid rain, bleck), and of the three gals who are currently "barn gals" (Liza the diva-milking-goat, Dulzipmer the incredibly wide and preggers due on April 7th, and Cachet due on the 15th of March) only Liza and Zip were being their normal piglet selves. Usually Cachet is a piglet too, but she didn't even -touch- her grain. Or her hay. Instead she kept yelling at me. So I threw out the milk goat (into the rain, she was displeased), and put Cachet into the big stall. I feel like I can still somewhat feel some ligaments, but they have been getting softer. Shes not a FF, but her babies have not survived before (due to coldness I was told from her previous owner). Her udder is pretty developed, though its not tight as a basketball yet. I can still wiggle it a little. And this would be my first goat birth, so knowing what signs to look for is still hard for me. I have be religiously watching Ashley's cam and reading everything I can get my hands on, but you know how it is...pins and needles until you have done it a few times! So now is the waiting game. Nail chewing game. Drink lots of coffee and be paranoid game. And of course, now that I have a barn cam the "Stalk the Goats" game. Hehe. If you want to watch the cam let me know (aka-PM), and I can send you the link and how to use it. Its kinda wierd. IP Cameras apparently have attitudes, and I have nooo idea how much traffic it can handle! And any help on knowing -exactly- what I am looking for would be appreciated. Shes restless as heck this morning unless I am in there with her, and pecking at the grain. She hasn't touched the hay. : / Anyways! Yay babies! ...ACK.