I picked them up and we put them in a box under a warm infrared light and dipped their beaks into water for their first drink. The Seabrights are quite tiny, quite beautiful, and fragile. 6 have died so far -- par for the course. They can't sex bantams, so we order twice as many as we want in in order to get the right # of hens. We'll keep one Seabright rooster to eventually hatch more of them. Excess roosters will be offed for barbecue. We'll use the Rhode Islands as setters (the full-size Rhode Islands never set, but the bantams retain the setting instinct).
I spent the weekend building a separate yard for the babies; otherwise they would be attacked by the grown-ups when small.