Letisha. She's always had a belly that hangs low and looks big, and granted she hasn't been sheared in a year, but I really think there is something in there.
I've started calling Ada, ShortRound. She really looks like a ball with legs and a head.
Ruthie is so big that her back is almost flat and could be used as a table.
Poor girls. And they're going to have to lamb in cold, wet weather as well. Not an ideal year weather-wise. Of course maybe its not ideal for ME, perhaps they don't mind at all...as long as the lambs are out of drafts they should be good. *fingers crossed*.
The other two sheep that were exposed to the rams are not nearly as big...and they are the two that surprised me last year. I thought, if they were pregnant at all, they were carrying singles...both of them gave me twins...one of them gave me HUGE twins. So time will tell. I've been out checking bags and vulva's for the past few days so I can hopefully catch them before they give birth in a snowbank. Sleep? who needs it. Gotta love lambing season!