I have three female mollies, my first gave birth back in November but we weren't able to save any of the babies. She has not gotten pregnant since even though she has been mating with the male quite a lot. I got two more females which were both pregnant when I bought them on Feb 1st, of course I don't know how far along they were but they were both extreamly boxy and looked very ready, I looked for all the signs and read all about how and when to tell when they go into labor. One of the females looked like she was going into labor on the 12th so I put her in a breeder box, and we had babies on Feb 14th! I was expecting the other female to give birth sometime shortly after since she looked about ready as well but I did not put her in a breeder box since she was more stressed out. It is now March 17 and she has still not given birth, I'm not sure how long they are supposed to be pregnant for before they give birth, I read 30 days and if that's true it's been far longer then that... and our Mollie who gave birth on the 14th is also extreamly pregnant and boxy and looks like she's going to explode with babies, but is also not giving birth again either. I am not sure what is going on, why they are not giving birth, or how long it's actually supposed to take. They look very uncomfortable and barely eat, or want to overeat, I feel a little lost and I'm worried for them. Can anyone explain this to me or have any ideas what might be happening? I know they give live birth, but does the male have to have some kind of interaction with them to fertilize the babies before they are born? Cause I think our male is not doing his job. I got another male but he won't go near the two pregnant females either only the female who has not been able to get pregnant since November. Sorry if this is confusing. Please help!!!!!