I just got text message from my friend who is owner of the sheeps. Molly, the last ewe suppose to be pregnant at the time gave birth to twins last night. One is ram (male) and the other one is propably female, but he hasn't check it out yet.
I'm going there in Friday so there won't be newborn pics of these two, but I'm taking some photos of them in the weekend.
It seems both know how to nurse on the mother ewe, thou one of her teats have some sort of infection and isn't working so the lambs are going to have fight over the only working teat when they grow bigger. That means (extra-) bottlefeeding one or both of the twins about 4 times a day at least 8 weeks. Lots of milk powder and lots of work...sighHey, that means also bunch of cute bottlefeeding photos
My friend sheared the ewe so the little ones find the teats easier than from under a long wool coat. We did the same for the mother of Elena & Enia when they were born so they can find teats more easy. Elmeri has known how to nurse on his mum since the beginning so his mum is going to keep her wools until April when the whole flock is going to be sheared.