Ok so 5 months ago I got the go-head from the vet, clean fecal, successful breeding of a doe. Now we are possibly 5 days away from kidding and despite my obsessive reading/research/youtubing/reading over the Kidding Supplies thread... I am getting NERVOUS!! We finished building a kidding stall. It is safely away from the other goats but still visible to them. I set up a hay feeder, mineral and food dish and water bucket. In a few days we will put a lot of bedding down. I gave the doe CD&T a week ago and checked her eyelids. I've noticed her vulva looking swollen and softer and her udder is filling (not quite full yet though). I've attached a picture of the birthing kid I've assembled. I have never done this so please feel free to critique anything and correct me if anything is wrong! These are my kit contents: *various syringes, needles, medicine cups *Calcium Drench *Nutri-drench *Selenium and Vitamin E Gel *Vitamin B Complex Gel *LA-200 *Colostrum Supplement (realized after I bought this I should have gotten replacer...hopefully will not have issues but I'll probably get the replacer just in case) *Kid Bottle *Goat Electrolyte Powder *Gloves *Alcohol *Floss (for umbilical cords) *mineral oil *meloxicam tablets (these are just left over from a goat injury) Not pictured: *Bulb Syringe *Puppy Pads *Iodine *Towels *Molasses *Thermometer *Trash bags for waste What else do I need? I'm so nervous. This is my favorite doe. She is so gentle and calm, loves chin scratches and is just the best goat I could ever imagine. I didn't think I'd be so nervous when it came down to breeding but here I am worrying like I did with my human babies. Is it recommended to dewormer after birth even if it doesn't appear to be needed?