Well, i got out and got some pictures of the girlies bits this morning, right in the middle of a big snow storm. Luckily they are all tucked in to their winter digs and so we were inside and out of the yucky weather. Rosemary is up on the table, her twin Thyme (herd queen) is standing with her feet on the bottom shelf and sage is looking back over her shoulder at me. The horses aren't smart enough to stay in, even though they have a big area inside, and their hay is inside. Parsley is not so delighted now that he is in his bachelor pad, but he is close enough to talk to the ladies so he isn't fussing too much, but he is begging for attention from me every time I go out... and he is getting it. he is almost completely scent free now, the reek of rut seems to have just faded away and he isn't acting the least bit bucky now. Anyway, Sage has a small udder forming, and by small I mean it feels like someone put two squishy grapefruits back there, so i am fairly sure she is going to give me babies, if she ISN'T pregnant than she is really building an elaborate plot to convince me that she wants to make an udder. Thyme feels squishy and kind of full in the udder area as well, though no where near like how Sage feels, and Rosemary doesn't feel any different than she did in august. Anyway, I was hoping some of you guys could take a look and let me know what you think. My buck was running with the girls so they could be due anywhere from 4 weeks from now (judging from the ONLY time i saw any signs of any of them coming in to heat) to 4 months from now (judging from the last time Parsley was trying to romance Rosemary). I never saw him actually accomplish anything and they never showed discharge or mess to give me a hint and i check them 4 times a day! First is Sage, the one with an itty bitty udder going: Before, September: After, this morning: Rosemary, the one with no udder development at all and the last one I saw him sweet talking to, last month: Before: After: Thyme, also has a small udder developing: Before: After: I am really bad with this whole poochie thing, and I'm not sure if the pictures I got are good enough especially since I had to hold all their tails up to get them because my girls carry theirs down almost all the time. But I would really appreciate any opinions.