I have a first time mama that had kids last night. I was leaving for work and I saw what appeared to be a white grocery bag out in the pasture, but then it got up and started stumbling around! So I threw the car in park, ran out in the pasture, picked him up and took him inside to warm him up. He warmed up quickly and keep trying to nurse everything - me, my dog, the kitchen table leg... So, I woke my husband up and we went outside, held the mama goat down and helped the little guy eat. While he was eating (with me wrestling the mama), my husband went looking around the pasture and found another cold, wet baby - this one a girl. So, ran back into the house, got the towel and dried her off and got her to eating, too. We let the mama go after the babies had eaten all that they could. She backs up and butts them when they try to nurse. They cry and cry and she doesn't seem to care. What should we do? Should we still try to get her to take the babies by forcing her to feed them? Or should we just break down and bottle feed them? I must mention that the mama is a bottle baby herself and is rather clueless about what she needs to do.