Pillow case was getting very dirty very fast and was gross so I finally swapped it out when I changed their shavings today. Decided to just do away with the pillow case thing completely and instead put the pad directly on the wire frame and then put the towel on top of the pad so I can just pull the towel out and put a new one in easier when it gets gross. I think it's a better plan. But I really haven't adjusted anything else this week, besides making the food and water higher. They're all very very active though so def. Need more room so should be moving out tomorrow now that a bigger space is finally cleared and fence almost done. today poured rain all day which kind of stunk and chicks were all under MHP both times I checked but then when I came in they came out and stayed out so were out most of the day and now are in bed. They're very cute. And they're starting to go to bed on their own now, though tonight I had to put them under, to their dismay. Last night their food was empty when I checked (it had food earlier but we had gone out briefly and they ate it) so they were cheeping very loudly and I went upstairs to check on them, thinking they were either stuck or didn't know how to get under so turned light on and all were awake and on top of MHP, not even huddled. I figured they were cold until I noticed the empty food. So I refilled it and they all ran over and chowed it down (poor things, first time I've let it get empty, didn't notice) and then I watchrc part of a show with my mom, went back to check on them, thinking they would still be eating (normally when light is on, they wake up) and I look and all are under MHP. Thought I lost them but it was total silence and then I saw a head and knew they were under there. it was so cute, my mom said they're just like a little baby, eat (well she said they want a bottle, the baby not chicks) then they just go right to sleep and it is so true. And I have since taken to checking the food and water every time I go up.