No lamb yet and Edna is doing well.
I am not sure whether she is about to give birth.
Or if we have a few more days’/weeks’ to go. I am new to this game.
Edna remains very affectionate (comes up for kisses) but likes to take herself off to be by herself too. Either that or Madge is less clingy.
She is also rolling which I have never noticed before. Both are slightly less food-orientated now which might be because the Spring grass is coming in and everyone is actually going into a field for the day. Who knew sheep lived in fields!?
Madge is also doing splendidly.
We have decided she is probably half or part something else. A Cheviot cross?
She has the loveliest eyes and they have softened too. She still likes to cling to her Bat-Shit-Crazy persona but she is trying her best to be tamer. She will take a biccie from me and I can catch her, rugby-tackle-stylee.
Madge has put on weight nicely too and she assures me she isn’t pregnant.
I hope she is right.
Meanwhile Lambie et al (aka the Boyzenberries) tell me that they will be kind and helpful uncles.
You can see I have finally got my head around Edna being pregnant and now I’m quite excited.