I'm worried about the littlest, most timid, flightiest one, whom I've dubbed Little Peep. But there's nothing clearly wrong with her, so I don't know that I should be. It's just that compared to the other two, she is spending more time just kind of sitting around looking kind of stressed (and maybe tired? eyes are sometimes closed or half-closed, but often open). NOT *all* of her time, mind you. Just more than the other two. And the other two are sticking together more as they wander around, she is more apt to be on her own. (But not always. Sometimes she's cuddled up with them.)
Temperature today is in the 70s, with intermittent thunder and showers.
Oh and another thing: Lows tonight are going to be in the low 50s. Will they be okay in the coop or do I need to bring them in the house?? I specifically got month-old juveniles instead of day-old chicks because I don't really have anywhere for a brooder (500 sq ft house, 2 cats)...but if I have to, I can make them a brooder in the bathroom and keep them in there at night and keep the cats out of there.
Nervous newbie, please advise! (I had no idea how anxious and protective I was going to feel about these little girls!)