They are so tiny and cute I couldn't stop checking on them all day. I was scared to even go to sleep, I wanted to make sure they were ok. They are just SO cute and tiny. We didn't really let Rue hold them as she just wanted to squeeze, but we would hold it up and she would nuzzle its head. Ada was aloud to hold, but only with our help. She was very attentive and wanted so much to just play with them. The first week or so was a little more demanding. You have to check and make sure they have food and clean water. If they drink water with poop in it they can die. I usually changed their water 3-4 times a day. Cleaned out the box once a day and added food when it was low.
Bruce continued to be our favorite and she didn't mind be separate from the others. So, at night we would lay out a blanket or towel and bring her over to watch tv with us. She would snuggle on our laps or jump around. Just so darn cute! I like holding her. I may actually be getting over my fear of birds.