Hammy and Ivy Baby Thread

Beman

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Jannb has some sweet little girls that need good homes. ;) Don’t you wanna see how the other half lives?😁
I actually thought about it quite intensely... But my daughter had to get braces which was 6k and I have my heart procedure and medical bills to deal with this summer. So financially it is not something I can really take on right now. I do think in the future when I am ready that I would love to experience a female Veiled though. Maybe down the line when Jann has babies again and I have the money to do so. You know how I over spend when it comes to buying everything lol. I can't seem to do anything without going all the way for enclosure and items.
 

MissSkittles

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I actually thought about it quite intensely... But my daughter had to get braces which was 6k and I have my heart procedure and medical bills to deal with this summer. So financially it is not something I can really take on right now. I do think in the future when I am ready that I would love to experience a female Veiled though. Maybe down the line when Jann has babies again and I have the money to do so. You know how I over spend when it comes to buying everything lol. I can't seem to do anything without going all the way for enclosure and items.
Sorry you have all those expenses. When the time is right, you’re going to give a lady cham the best home ever! 💗
 

jannb

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AmandaS

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Growing right along. 7 weeks old now! Pistachio is much more dominant than Mushu, and quite a bit bigger. I know it is because he is a sweet, shy boy. He will grow like a weed when Pistachio stops eating all his food! Haha. (Seperating them tomorrow to their own 2x2x4)
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Mushu (baby boy)
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Pistachio (baby girl)
 

Reptofreak

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Jann, at what point do you begin to handle them? My little girl I hatched is two weeks old, I was thinking that I would leave her be until she hits four weeks.
 

jannb

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I start handling as soon as I start cleaning the baby bins. Usually around 3 to 4 days. I have one extra bin and I pick up each one to move it to the extra bin while I clean their bin and then pick him or her up again to put back them back in their own bin. As they get older 2 to 3 weeks I hold them longer when transferring them. They start walking up my hand and arm and eventually try to go to my head.
 
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