Hey guys! I'm new here and fairly new to Goat keeping. I've got a trio of Nigerian Dwarf Goats (two Ewes and a Buck). Being the newb that I am, I did not make note of Trouble's last heat date and a month ago I started noticing changes in behaviour and shape so I've been keeping a close eye on her. Last week, I saw that her udder is now dropping (tiny but round, about enough to fill my cupped hands). She has become noticeably more sociable (she wasn't bottle fed like the other two so she tends to be a bit more... independent ). Suddenly she can't get enough of the tummy rubs and head scratches so I had a good opportunity to feel for kicks on her stomach and I did feel nudges on her right side. She has not gone into heat in a while so I'm fairly sure she is pregnant. Her tail ligaments are still present and she has not dropped any discharge. She is a bit more lazy than usual (less climbing, she used to be a regular little acrobat, hence the name!) but still walks around with her mates and eats well. Here are some photos: I'd just like to know roughly how far she looks to be. I've prepared my kit, I am ready to go sit with her to monitor and help if needed. The pic of her udder doesn't really do it justice and I know that's not always a sure sign because udder development differs from doe to doe. I'll try to get a better pic now this afternoon when she's lazy. Here's a picture of Daddy (Gordon Rammy) Update:: Trouble gave birth to two beautiful baby girls on Sunday. The first one tumbled out in a matter of minutes. It was unbelievable. She started pushing and only the head came out so I ran in to disinfect my hands and get my kit in case the kid got stuck. I got out just in time to see baby Lana flop out. She was trying to drink before Trouble even dropped the second kid. Pan took a little longer but once the head started poking out, she also tumbled right out. I removed most of the mucus with a towel because it was evening and the temperature tend to drop quickly. Trouble immediately got to work cleaning them and drying them. Compulsively. This is a picture of the girls on Monday: and this is them yesterday: Trouble is positively in love with them.