Their little eyes are open now and their ears are moving more freely.
They even sometimes scratch their ears with their little back feet.
This photo shows the size of the babies compared to Clover. You can see that she has her cold 2 liter bottle in her cage to help cool her in the Ohio humidity that has suddenly arrived. You can also see that clover has her daily apple, carrot and celery mixed with her alfalfa nibbles to make her milk more yummy and nutritious for her 4 little ones. Unfortunately, this photo was taken just before E. cleaned the cage, as Clover seems to do a lot more of something else too (it's round and it's not Kix cereal!)
They still sleep quite a bit yet when they are awake they keep Clover busy. Today they graduated from their nesting box as they just keep crawling out and getting trapped between the box and the side of the cage. E. took the box out...now they have the whole cage to romp around in.