They are adorable. I would just caution you to not handle them at all unless they are in distress and mom is not nursing them. If they become in distress, every time you pick one up and put it down, wash your hands before picking up another one. The less you disturb this family, the better off they will be. Feed mom good quality canned food and kitten chow, feed her about 5-6 times a day in small amounts and make sure she has plenty of water. Keep the litterbox in the same room as her, but not close to the food or water. She will want to see her kittens at all times even when using the litter pan. Good luck with the new family. They should be in a dark and warm place, a closet is good for them with the door cracked enough so mom can get in and out, they should not be in the open and they need to be protected from drafts.