The post office called me this morning, in the middle of a snowstorm, (1-2 inches per hour) to tell me that my babies were waiting for me to pick them up. Of course, I was a half an hour away, and had to drive to the post office in a blinding snowstorm to get them. By the time I got there, I had peeled off my coat, vest and sweatshirt because it was about 150 degrees in the truck. I wanted to make sure that they would be warm enough! I ran them straight into the house, and had 8 that didn't make it. Three more have expired since then. Poor little babies. They had been squished by the others it looked like. With the weather the way it was, I am thrilled with the ones that are now chirping up a storm and running around in their box. I have a little icu box set up in the bigger box for the weaker ones, and the two spraddle legged ones. I have put bandaids on their legs for support, so hopefully they will make it. Of course, I had to come back to work, (working the snowstorm) and my dear daughter is home tending the flock, and updating me hourly. There are so many babies that I am not sure what I lost, and what I have. I will be looking for your help identifying them when I post pictures tonight when I get home. I ordered Dominiques, Buff Orpingtons, Black Austrolorps and the Ornamental Layer Collection. There are also a couple of teeny Bantams in there? I know that I got 3 or 4 turkens, and some EE's. They are all so darned cute! Can't wait to share pictures when I get home!