Some of you might remember that I got a pregnant doe that was really skinny and mineral deficient (I learned from this forum about fishtail tail- she totally had it!)- she continued to do great and I woke up this morning to 2 kids! One boy, one girl! The boy is big and strong, but the girl is really really tiny (although acting good). They were both dry and active when I got to them at 8am, but it's really cold and at 11am the girl was shivering a lot and getting a little trampled by her Brother, so I milked Mom and brought the girl into the house. (She has eaten about a 1/4 ounce of Mom's milk from a bottle since coming inside). I was planning on just milking Mom for a day or so to give both kids as much colostrum as possible, and then get them both onto bottles. I have another doe in milk so I'll have lots of milk for them, but I want to be sure they are getting enough colostrum, but also want to have Mom dry up ASAP. She still has some recovery of her own and I want her body to focus on itself, not milk for them... So- should the little girl go back outside with Mom or stay inside with me? When should I also pull the boy for bottle feeding? & How long should I be giving them Mom's milk for/when can I safely get them onto my other doe's milk? Thank you in advance for any help! I'm soooo glad both mom and babies are doing great, but I want to be sure they stay that way!