The babies are still shy, but no longer squirm and try to get away when I handle them. I am really pleased with the color of the chocolate tan, I can only hope s/he has wool. The black tan is coming along nicely, too. Both look to be does (of course, since I need a buck). I also had a new color crop up in the bunch, one of the babies I intially thought was a chocolate tan is in fact a chocolate agouti, and I just love, love, love the color!
The black baby is the biggest and most adventurous, already eating out of Mom's dish and chasing her about the cage trying to nurse while the others are content to stay huddled in the nestbox. I'm leaving the nestbox in a bit longer, as I prefer them to stay there until their feet are so large they can't get stuck in the floor wire. I think they're there already, but it won't hurt to wait a few more days. I cleaned out the contents of the box, so no harm in them hanging out there awhile longer.
I'm having surgery on Tuesday, having some very troublesome plumbing removed. While I'm not looking forward to being hospitalized, even for just a couple of days, I am looking very much forward to being able to get on with my life without worry of "explosions" happening ever again. And of course, the weeks off of work will be nice, too. Time to sit and play with bunnies. :)