Alright everyone...now for the details!!
Just after 11:30 she laid down. Went in and checked on her, she was contracting.
Couple minutes later, about 15 or 20 I would say, water broke. And it came a gushin on out there!!
It was about twenty minutes later that I started to panic because I didn't see a bag coming out. Called the vet and as soon as they answered I saw a nose and a foot come out- hung up and starting helping. Her left foot was tucked back up inside and I had to reach in and unbend it- luckily it was very close to the outside world.
After that she rushed out and joined the world!!
Took about 25 minutes to stand and another 15 to start eating.
Mary passed the placenta and everything looked fine.
Then Mary started laying down a lot and squealing when the baby would touch her. I wasn't going to wait another second so I called the vet. He have her some banamine and checked over her and the filly. I was also worried that Mary was bleeding a lot, but he said it was totally fine.
She is a lot better since the banamine. Has let the filly nurse and isn't squealing as much but is still talkative (I'm assuming just communicating with the filly?).
He said it was a good sign she had gut sounds and was munching on hay.
Right now her and the filly are laying down next to each other. I don't think Mary is in pain anymore, just exhausted! Oh they just got up.
I think Mary is trying to give me the hint to leave them the heck alone now.
Now, about the filly.
She is an exact replica of her mom!! Not a speck of white that I can see. And she is a little spitfire too- already bucked at me haha!
She is trying to nurse right now but Mary keeps interrupting with her nuzzling.
I'll measure her tomorrow and see what we are looking at, but I think she is a tad taller than Maybel was when she was born. This one can't walk under Mary as easily as Maybel did.
I've only got a few pics but I will email them to Cassie and hopefully she can put them up for you all to see soon
And more to come tomorrow!!