We had triplets born last night They are all nursing and doing well (all passed meconium and everything), but seem a little chilly. It got down to 20 degrees last night. We made sure they were dried, and they have coats, and a heat lamp (up higher than recommended but there's no other way with our set-up). They are in a stall with their dam, shut off from outside, but it still is a cold day and a little wind is whispering through the barn windows. I put a weighted box with a blanket in there too, just saw one of the littles use it. Is there anything else I can be doing? I'm watching them on cam now. Two are sleeping, one is nursing. I saw all of them nurse through the night. I'm just afraid of them getting too cold and me neglecting to catch that in time. I have one little one who was standing a little like he was cold, but he does have a full tummy and could also be sleepy. Not sure if doing any more would be counter-productive or not.