19 little tweeters arrived in the mail this morning. If the postmistress was not exaggerating, then she'll be claiming workers comp for the stress of listening to them chirp for two hours before my hubby got there to pick them up! I think she's a bit of a drama queen! They apparently spent the first 4 hours here at home getting their gizzards stuffed, checked out their new home, got acquainted with each other, and now are all laid out -- sound asleep. There is an occassional chirp, and a head or two will raise, but then go back down. I was worried about the temperature in their makeshift brooder. It was just barely above 80 around the edges when I was testing my bulb last night. I picked up a regular heat lamp today on my way home. Hubby had them all settled in and they appeared to be comfortable with the 100 watt bulb. The thermometer still said just above 80 around their feed & water, so I moved the thermometer to where the little chirps were gathering under the light. It was 95 degrees! Hurrah! For the last hour they have been grouped under the light, but not piled up, and sleeping nicely. The cats are ignoring them, yay! I think I can rest easy tonight, too.