This morning as I was attempting to feed one of the babies solo, I noticed Eve ( the first baby) taking little tastes of the basking log, I haven't seen any of them do this. She would look around then lick, look and lick. AHA! we have feeding mode activated! I took a baby dubia and flicked it on the log. NOM she snatched it up. I flicked a second one. Once again Chomp! two others came running over to her looking as if to say.."whatchya doing?" I flicked a few more down and they too got into the action. I grabbed my Calcium cup and put a few dozen in, shook them up and slowly began dropping them in. Chomp chomp chomp. I pulled the little solo girl out and put her on the log with the rest. 5 of them gobbled down 3-4 each except the last little one who turned tail and ran off the log scurrying about in fear.. Sigh.. well 5 outta 6 aint bad. It was the last born several days after the first two. Im hoping that it was the Reptiboost yesterday as I dosed them twice. I also stole their moms Big UVB tube light and put it on their tank and gave her the smaller bulb. Ill take her out for natural UVB later when it cools down a bit. Maybe it was the combination of both who knows. From my observations though I think its quite possible that the lower incubation temperatures made their metabolisms slower so it took a while for them to get going. The repti Boost did help though. They now have since ran to the edge of their log when I walk by. I guess I am the great bringer of food. I didn't want them to eat too heavily for the first meal. Ill be setting up a separate feeding tank for them, I hate the bugs getting under the paper towels and getting squished or over heated. Dieing is not preferred if they are food. I hope to get some pictures up soon on them eating!!