Sometimes they have milk right away - but what is important is the fact that she's probably producing a clear "milk" called collustrum (sp?) that has very important nutrients in it. It is produced in the first 24 hrs or so and then the milk will be there.
As long as the kittens are nursing, mom seems fine and they are not crying everything is ok
Well the kittens are trying to nurse, but it doesnt look like there is anything comming out. They will nurse for a second then let go. This is a first for me, so i dont know what is going on or what is normal.
Hmmm that's not normal. Try gently milking some of the back ones - they are fuller and see if you can get any out of her. If you can, then keep putting the kittens on the nipples that are producing something.