A few days ago I got an email from the lady who I bought my Spring lamb ewes from. This lady's farm was wonderful, and the girls have been fat, happy, and playful from day 1. In the email, she gave me a heads-up that some of their girls of the same age have begun lambing. Apparently, their ram got to all the girls earlier than what they had thought. We had suspected such, because two of our girls were lookin' pretty portly. Well, yesterday I go out there to give them the vaccines that they have to have in the last month of pregnancy. I noticed that one of my girls, Bella, had some bloody mucus-y gunk on her hind leg and under her tail. So I brought her in to the lambing pen. She was alert, eating and drinking. I assumed that it was her mucus plug, and stayed up all night waiting for something to happen. She is still having some pinkish mucus-y discharge, but nothing else. She's pawing the ground now, has lost interest in food, is laying down then standing up again, has her eyes half closed, but nothing seems to be happening. This is my first experience with lambing, and I'm nervous as all heck. Should it take this long? And should she be having this mildly bloody discharge?