The babies continue to grow well, even the runts. That said, the runts are now about half the weight of the bigger babies. They are no longer in danger of not making it though which is a relief. As always for the winter, water is a concern since dehydration is one of the primary threats to a rabbit. Right now it is warm enough they can easily get enough water, and with the crocks that will ameliorate the problems on colder days.
Above you can see one of the reasons I'm happy about this litter. They are friendly. Dawn's last litter due to that one with a particularly bad temperament ended up being scared of just about everything. These babies aren't scared of us at all. They come up, investigate me, investigate and hop in to the weighing Tupperware. They are genuinely curious and friendly. It is a nice change from the last litter. Dawn also is very much engaged with this litter of kits. As you can see Right she regularly cleans them and gets a bit concerned when we open up the hutch and do anything out of the norm. Taking photos is a bit out of the norm for her so she is giving us a concerned expression. We are very fortunate she isn't the kind of mom that will bite to tell you to leave her babies alone. She does however nose me if she thinks I am being too rough with any of her babies while weighing them. It tends not to come up, but it is a sign I have grown to recognize.
That is the other thing that has been interesting about the babies. They are showing definite preferences for foods. Some of them actively prefer and go for the hay first, and others go for the pellets first. They aren't that easy to tell apart, so I don't know for certain if it is the same ones every day or not. I think it is, but can't prove it. There are also some who actually prefer the feeder Dawn uses instead of the crock on the floor. I'm not sure why that would be unless it is simply the opportunity to harass their poor mother, and use her as a climbing object to get at the food.
If you want to look at the weight chart yourself, you can go here.
Dawn/Dorado breeding weight chart.