Shareena is usually lying in the dining room window when I drive up. She follows along until I get past the window and by the time I get to the door she's there waiting. Shareena and Miss Patchwillow will both have their noses pressed against the crack of the door just waiting for their chance to make a dash for freedom, which is not allowed. If I have anything in my hands it's nearly impossible to keep them from getting outside. The first thing they do is roll around in the dirt. When I finally catch them Miss Patchwillow drapes herself over my shoulder and Shareena curls up in my arms to be carried like a baby.
Goldy hangs back a little until I'm in the house with the door closed, then wraps herself around my ankles. That lasts all of about 10 seconds until she bounces into the kitchen expecting to be fed. If it's not mealtime she keeps winding around my ankles until I pick her up. She never tries to go outside like the other kitties. (Been there, done that, have the kittens to prove it
If they're awake the babies come running to jump on my feet. They can't jump much higher than that yet.