Tomorrow our girls are moving into their brand new run/coop. The coop is 4x6, the run is 6x10. The coop will have shavings in the bottom, the run is sand. We have semi-supervised free-range in a pvc/chicken wire tractor during the day so they can eat greens, pick bugs, and scratch in the dirt. I have read on the forums that people suggest putting the girls in the coop for several days for them to get them used to their new home. The problem is, we are leaving on a 10 day vacation in 2 weeks. I don't want our babies locked up in the coop while we're home and they can be free ranging and playing with us. Would it cause problems if we had them in the coop at night and in the tractor during the day? While we're on vacation, they will be in the coop/run full time with my friend checking on them every other day, so they will have time to get used to it then. Does that sound ok? I don't want to ruin the babies' coop experience, but we love them so much, we don't want them locked up while we're here to enjoy them. Thank you!