Breeding started early this year on December 29, 2019 and finished February 10, 2020. I may continue to make attempts but believe everyone has tapped out.
Gestation time is approximately 90-110 days for Northern Australians and 110-145 days for Irian Jayas but each pregnancy is a little different and the female can hold viable sperm for months before introducing them with her reproductive system.

 

Fingers crossed!
Couple 1
Subspecies:
 Northern Australian (Tiliqua Scincoides Intermedia)
Parents:
Carl and Katherine Knight
Genetics:
Classic, High Orange phase x T+ Caramel/Fenn Orange
Times Bred:
4
First Time Mother or Proven Breeder:
Proven Breeder
Confidence:
High
Note: These two paired successfully in 2018 and had some beautiful classic/specialty-morph babies. Katherine has refused to breed again, sunbathing and showing other signs of being gravid.

 

Update: 10 feisty, beautiful, healthy babies were delivered May 23, 2020. Everyone is eating and pooping. Not long before they go to forever homes.
Couple 2
Subspecies:
Northern Australian (Tiliqua Scincoides Intermedia)
Parents:
Charlie Manson and Goldilocks
Genetics:
Red/Sunrise/Sunrise x Sunrise
Times Bred:
4
First Time Mother or Proven Breeder:
Proven Breeder
Confidence:
High
Note: This is their first pairing together but I anticipate babies featuring high yellow and some red tones.

 

Update: 9 exquisite, beautiful, healthy babies were delivered May 10, 2020. First litter of the season! Everyone is eating and pooping. Not long before they go to forever homes. Please reach out if you would like to put a deposit down now.
Couple 3
Subspecies:
Northern Australian (Tiliqua Scincoides Intermedia)
Parents:
Charlie Manson and Tequila
Genetics:
Red/Sunrise/Sunrise x T+ Caramel
Times Bred:
2
First Time Mother or Proven Breeder:
First Time Mother
Confidence:
Medium
Note: The T+ Caramel bred last year but unfortunately resulted in a false pregnancy.  She put on weight, sunbathed, had an elevated arch in her lower spine towards the end of gestation, but ultimately, no babies or unfertilized eggs. Very eager to see how their babies turn out and to confirm without a doubt she is indeed a dam.

 

Update: Low and behold, my miracle litter. Born June 16th, 2020, the T+ Caramel gave birth. Now she deserves a name! Any ideas? 5 babies and counting. Waited somewhere between 128-171 days for the gestation. This litter will be NFS for several weeks. I plan on keeping one baby from this litter but it will take me a minute to decide which one. The rest will absolutely be needing forever homes. Taking deposits now!!!
Couple 4
Subspecies:
Northern Australian (Tiliqua Scincoides Intermedia)
Parents:
Charlie Manson and Mr. Egghead
Genetics:
Red/Sunrise/Sunrise x Classic, Light phase
Times Bred:
3
First Time Mother or Proven Breeder:
First Time Mother
Confidence:
Very Low
Note: Mr. Egghead bred twice in 2018 ultimately resulting in zero babies. I later learned homosexual copulation is common but absent direct proof Mr. Egghead is indeed a male, I thought I’d give it a shot again this year. He/She was very receptive so I’m more optimistic.

 

Update: I recently learned a new candling trick. It is not easy and I am not 100% confident in the readings, but I do believe I can see hemipens in the tail base of (confirming) Mr. Egghead. That would, of course, indicate zero babies could come from this litter.
Couple 5
Subspecies:
Indonesian Irian Jaya (Tiliqua Sp.)
Parents:
George and Big Mamma
Genetics:
Red x Classic (GIANT)
Times Bred:
2
First Time Mother or Proven Breeder:
Proven Breeder
Confidence:
Medium
Note:  Big Mamma delivered her first litter in 2015. In 2016 all of her babies died unfortunately.  She was devastated and has never taken a mate ever since. This year she was finally receptive. I am most anxious for this couple as my Irian Jaya breeding project revolves around size. Big Mamma is approximately 28 inches and 3.5lbs. George is not far behind in stature. My hopes are that they produce GIANT Irian Jayas in the years to come.

 

Update:  I recently learned a new candling trick. It is not easy and I am not 100% confident in the readings, but I do believe I can see at least three bubs developing in there.
Couple 6
Subspecies:
Indonesian Irian Jaya (Tiliqua Sp.)
Parents:
George and Gladys
Genetics:
Red x Classic
Times Bred:
4
First Time Mother or Proven Breeder:
Proven Breeder
Confidence:
High
Note: Gladys regularly produces large and healthy babies with George, but George was a little off his game this year. 2 of his 4 lock attempts failed as he missed her vent and ejaculated on her hip.

 

Update: 7 rambunctious, beautiful, healthy babies were delivered June 03, 2020. First CBB Irian Jaya litter of the season for the entire United States! Everyone is eating and pooping. Most have already shed and it just June 6th for this update.
Couple 7
Subspecies:
Indonesian Irian Jaya (Tiliqua Sp.)
Parents:
George and Dinobot
Genetics:
Red x Classic
Times Bred:
3
First Time Mother or Proven Breeder:
First Time Mother
Confidence:
Low
Note: Dinobot is my oldest having him since 2007. He’s never produced sperm plugs but having shown him to other keepers combined with his interactions with other adult blue tongues, the consensus was, male. Nevertheless, one can never be too sure. Interacting him this year revealed new feminine characteristics in lust. The first two attempts resulted in a failed lock, similarly to Gladys where George missed and swing for the hip. The third attempt was not witnessed by me personally. It will be a fun surprise should babies arrive.