We have snow and ice, which is unusual for NC, and I had the new kids in with mom in a stall with a heat lamp. Well, even though we had the gate blocked, somehow the kids got through it and couldn't find their way back in. These are Joy's kids, so the poor little things were preemies already and teeny tiny. They are only 5 days old. When I went out to feed this morning, I was giving Joy her grain and noticed that the kids weren't in the pen, panicked, started looking, and found the baby girl sprawled out, head back, lying in the hay in front of the hay feeder, barely breathing, and the boy was outside in the snow wandering around aimlessly and stumbling everywhere. I grabbed both of them and shoved them in my coat and brought them in. I put the girl in a plastic bag (head out) immediately and submersed her. After about 5 minutes, she started moving a bit and ended up getting wet, so I kept her in for a few more minutes and then pulled her out, wrapped her in a towel, and took the blow dryer to her. The little boy was shivering but not acting like the girl who seems to be in dire straits right now. I mixed up some evap milk and molasses and got a little of that in her. I got a little milk in the boy, too, and both went to sleep. Put them both on a heating pad. BUTTTTTTT I took the girls temp about 20 mins ago and it's still not registering on the thermometer, so I covered the box with towels and wrapped her in towels and then used the blow dryer to warm up the box for about 10 mins or so. She actually stood up a few minutes, looking at me, and then laid down. The boy stood a bit and then laid down and went to sleep. Right now I am going to head outside and milk Joy and bring it back in to try to get some more milk in them. Oh, I also gave them a little Nutri-drench AND I have some of the Calcium Drench? so I gave them some of the Calcium Drench (about 1/2 cc, if that much) too, since it has Vit B6 and some dextrose, etc, in it. I worry about pneumonia now. Both seem a little 'rattley' when they breathe. They are TINY, too, so I don't even know how much I should give them of anything or whether I should give them anything at all. I don't have any thiamine or anything. I have some selenium +E, Biomycin, Bovi Sera? Advice???