We judged it warm enough, and the bonding established enough, to let the triplets outside with Jasmine for the first time today. She was thrilled to get out onto some fresh grass, compliments of the unseasonably warm weather we've been having.
For the most part, the triplets stuck right by her, though the white ones are already a little more mischievous and starting to push the boundaries. But when she got a little too far away and she called for them to follow her, they were quick to respond!
You can see the spotted one is having no trouble with his legs! The problem, whatever it was, is completely resolved.
We have another one in labor tonight. The last few days she has looked like she is trying to smuggle basketballs, so I suspect more triplets—and she had triplets last year too.
She's down and pushing now in the early stages of labor, so it's back out to the barn for us!