In reply to Karen:
I came into the kitchen to make a coffee and looked at the laptop which is always on at 8.45pm and she looked restless which I remarked on and then she settled so I thought oh, she is about to lay.
Her actions now indicate she has an egg :-)
So I suspect she laid sometime from 8.45pm
And now - well she does look content and rightly so if she has a little jewel under her :-)
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Maya has been up a couple of times but I can't see anything :-(
But I am really pleased and would love to see 33 but I have to go.
Good Night ALL
Lovely sharing this evening's (probable) event with both yourself and Starling (and Scylla - sorry, I didn't see your post) :) Goodnight Karen
In reply to scylla:
scylla said:I think I've seen the egg but it's a glary blur :(
No, that was probably her white undercarriage.
From 20:42 she was in labour, then when we might have seen something when she turned there was a buffer. Shall definitely not be wasting anyone's time with a video, you'll be relieved to hear ;)
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