Looks like they're doing great!
Baby #1 is most likely a REW. BEW is recessive, it requires both parents to carry it. Most rabbits that have only one BEW gene have markings like a Dutch rabbit. It would be extremely unlikely for this kit to be BEW, given that neither of your rabbits' coats show any sign of those sorts of markings, and none of the littermates do, either. Brown eyes on a white rabbit, is possible in this case; we'll have to see.
#2 I agree, black tri.
#3, #4, yup, black Japanese harlies.
#5. broken black mag - you're getting good at this!
#6 Black mag. The "ideal" pattern for the Harlequin (the breed) involves large patches of color. One ear is supposed to be dark, the other, light. One side of the face is to be dark, the other, light (this bun's face does this) the dark ear is supposed to be on the same side as the light side of the face, and vice versa - like a checkerboard. The feet are supposed to be one dark, one light, and the back feet reverse the colors of the front. The body is to be marked with bands or bars. In all my years as a Harlequin breeder, I have had less than 10 that did the whole pattern. Most show some parts of the pattern, like this bun. Small spots of color are more typical of the Reinlander, but for some reason this seems to happen with most of my tricolor Mini Rex, too.