Friday, April 2, 2010

Happier times

Nellie's cervix hadn't full dilated even after 4 hours of labor, so she received what an American sports commentator would call an "assist."

But all came right in the end. Little Q-girl here has no name, but she does have a black patch on her right hind leg. Anybody know any q-words that mean spot or patch?

Here's Tillie's two wains, no longer starving now mother has recovered a little, enough to stay on her feet for a few good feeds. Larkie still bereft, though.

Very unhappy sheepie, is our Lark. Poor girlie.

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