The usual four, two younger girls and two older boys, the aged range from 6 up to 12, the girls younger, the boys older (10 to 12). The youngest girl (mouth red because of kool aid or similar) stated she had never had an omelet, upon questing her we discovered that she had no concept of what an omelet was. Girl older found a catch of about 24 eggs that our chickens layed where they were not within sight, these eggs were awarded to the children to take home for their consumption. Why our hens chose to make such a removed from vision thing was not evident to me. They left as feeding time was necessary, they had to be shooed away so we could accomplish such. Words of such will be issued in the future, the message will be carried home for them. They can come over when they first see the chicken out and about but they must leave before the chickens are due their chow. It is disruptive for them to be here when such is going on. The night before the chickens were not closed in, they were in the yard this morning, early. The turkeys were on a stroll. Not a desirable thing to accomplish at early hours. The two girls are huggers, yes I return their contact but only palm only on their backs, not going to take chances these days. The boys do not seek such, thank goodness for such. These children are appearing well adjusted, mellow, and secure; I can only hope such continues through their lives.