We brought her inside because the single baby was getting too cold. "He" warmed up quickly in the house.
After several more hours of pushing, her contractions stopped. We knew there was a baby left; we had to act fast to get her contractions going again. We gave her a warm bath to float in (I held her bottom and tummy in the water), and after a quick snuggle, her contractions started again.
It wasn't until 1:00 AM that she finally had the stuck baby. Of course, it was huge, long and stretched. It was dead.
Several hours later, at 6:30 AM, she had another huge baby. Even later, around 10:00 AM, she had her last baby.
Only the small one delivered first was born alive. "He" is so precious and has a big fat belly full of warm milk. Today "he" is 2 days old. What a sweet little thing.
Our next show is this Saturday! We're so excited! I think my ladies will do well! I'm excited to see how they do. This will be their first show as seniors. Hopefully they can hold their own against the bigger, older does! Saige has done that before, when she won BOB at only 4 months old!