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After putting the doe with the buck, I check every morning for vaginal plugs. Almost invariably, 19-21 days after the plug is seen, babies arrive.

I've found that simply palpating the belly isn't really always an accurate way to gauge pregnancy since some mice (particularly if they've had a litter before) are kind of flabby and don't "show" their pregnancy as much anyway.
 

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Yeah, those conversations would be crazy:

Mouse 1: "Did you hear that Minnie had another litter of great grand children last week?"
Mouse 2: "Oh yeah? How many does that make?"
Mouse 1: "Six thousand and four."
 
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