I went back some time later and there she was, cleaning up another one. Tom had just gotten home and Jordan was driving up, so I enlisted their help in getting Buttercup, Pansy, and the triplets into the barn. I probably would have just left them out if it wasn't supposed to get cold tonight. Pansy was very upset about moving her babies and we had a hard time getting her to follow us to the barn. We ended up having to play "leap frog" with the babies. I took one, Tom took one, and Jordan took one. I'd set mine down and Pansy would run to it, Jordan would set his down several feet ahead, and she'd run ahead to that one, while Tom was setting his down several more feet ahead and she'd run to that one. We did that all the way to the barn. Buttercup followed sedately along.
Now all the babies are safely ensconced in the barn and I'm waiting on Buttercup to deliver hers. I'm so relieved that everyone is in, safe, and healthy and I can finally sleep soundly at night.
Boy, girl, boy.