Kim got brave this week and allowed the chicks to run free with Chelsea in the yard. You'll notice Chelsea got rather "barky" but otherwise didn't try to hurt anyone. I think she wanted to actually play. Tootsie seemed the least affected by Chelsea's antics. Tootsie also seems to be the friendliest chick so far.
They're growing so fast. They love being out in the yard but they're also very calm and well behaved so far. Staying basically in one spot makes them happy. We'll see how long that lasts. And if you can see one chick, you can see them all because they hate being separated. That's how we round them up, put one chick away and the rest will follow. The coop will be completed next week. I let them spend time in there during the day when I'm too busy to supervise them in the yard, but the chicken 'house' is not quite ready for them to sleep inside at night.
Also our cat Ebby seems to understand that the chickens are not for her to eat. Kim said she laid down at his feet one afternoon while he was tending to the chicks and she didn't even bother looking at them. Not that I would trust that mouser-girl very far with my little babies.