Charlotte is a worrywart. That's just all there is to it.
So she has been hovering all day over Sage and her kits, constantly checking to see whether Sage had fed the kits. It doesn't matter that it is perfectly acceptable and normal for does to feed their kits only once per day. Charlotte will not be happy unless they are fed twice per day.
Anyway, Sage finally went in to feed her kits around 7:15 this evening. Charlotte wasn't sure whether she had fed them. They were still pretty jumpy. But they were all wet, so that was a pretty good sign. However, Charlotte thought Sage wasn't in the nest box long enough, so she wasn't happy about that.
She brought Sage and the kits inside and we decided to put Sage upside down on Charlotte's lap and put the kits on top of her. First time we've ever done that. And Sage didn't seem to have a problem with it. All of the kits chowed down. Some finished up pretty quickly while others were insisting that they hadn't been fed in three days.
It's now half an hour later and Charlotte is still examining Sage to be sure that all is well. I'm telling her to tell Sage that it's a spa day and she should be grateful for the special treatment. I think Sage is buying the story.