I removed the nest box as soon as the kits started hopping out, since it is too high for them to hop back into it and our nights are chilly. Turning the box on it's side didn't seem to work very well because the bedding got scattered and they were sitting on just wood. So I cut down a cardboard box leaving two sides as a draft guard, put in nice fresh grass hay and settled the kits into it with a little dish of pellets to nibble. This morning my doe had urinated in the box, in the hay, in the babies' feed dish. I had to remove the whole thing. Does anyone have a good idea to get through this difficult transition time while the babies are still unsteady but mobile? Has enyone used a creep to give the babies a safe dry area? This doe is very large and rather clumsy. If she wasn't so dependable, I'd consider culling her.