That's what it has been, waiting for new litters of kits to appear.
We begin to wonder if there will even be any this time. Maybe it got too warm for the bucks at one point (while angoras need something to cool them down when the temperatures rise above 85 degrees, bucks can become temporarily sterile when temperatures rise above 80 degrees), or maybe one of the bucks was too young (Winchester was just over four months at the time), or maybe they just didn't do it right.
The girls don't palpate to check the doe for developing kits as that increases the risk for stillbirths. So they have to rely on their observations of changes in the does' behavior.
Phantom made a beautiful nest. Sage did nothing out of the ordinary. Fudge removed all the wool that Lydia had placed in her nest box.
So far, only one of the three has kindled a litter. (More on that in another post.) I thought I would relax and be grateful that there was at least one litter. Nope. Still stressed. And they aren't even my bunnies.