These ones hatched in the incubator. Baby is the one who looks like s/he is wearing eyeliner. Bee is almost totally black. Cee is black on top and white underneathe and Dee is the other white one, last hatched but biggest of all.
My hair is one of my best features, but I've signed up for World's Greatest Shave to help people with leukaemia. Please sponsor me!
(Yes, I know I posted about this a couple of weeks ago. I'll do it again before the Shave comes up in mid-March)
The chicks are now one week old. They're getting bigger and braver and have tiny feathers on their wings already. Two and Four are in the picture above, One and Three are below.
(Apologies for the poor quality of the photos. Something is wrong with my camera)
Knitted from the yarn I dyed earlier in the year, with the Baby Fan Mitts pattern from Ravelry. I swear this is the easiest thing I have ever knitted though I wish I could have figured out how to continue the pattern on the thumb too.