So one of my nannies had twin kids in the wee hours this morning. By the time I got out there, the little buckling was almost dead. I thought, in fact, he was, so I checked on Mama and the other, a lil doeling. They're fine, bonded, nursing, all is well there. So I turned back to the lil buckling, and noticed he was barely breathing... so I quickly put him in my coveralls/coat and started gently rubbing him to warm him up, brought him inside, under a heat lamp, snuggled up in my robe, with more gentle rubbing, for stimulation... 12 hours later he's a sweet lil stinker! I got about 1CC of colostrom into him, via syringe drops. I've got a bottle for him, and he'll try and suckle everything else, including my nose except a bottle I KNOW he's hungry, but he's not cooperating in the least. I also know I need to get the colostrum in him, because he needs the energy, nutrition to get through the next few days. He's small, maybe 2 lbs. I've tried rubbing the nipple w/colostrom on it, over his gums, even a tiny bowl full of it, nuttin... Is this just gonna require more patience on my part? Or is there another trick I could try?