One. One picture wasn't fuzzy from yesterday. So, today when Meg comes home, I'll re-take them with her assistance. Your nuggets are pigs, btw... they LOVE their food! I'm feeding them a combination between Spot Farms chicken and Honest Kitchen Organic chicken. Both products are whole grain (read up on DCM) and mixed together because they like it that way best.
At this point in their lives, I also mix in goats milk with the mush. They do fantastic with it and digest it without any issue. They're currently on 2 meals a day with momma nursing them in between. She's certainly happier they're eating off her less! She will only nurse them for about 3 more weeks total... and will be tapering off substantially now that they're eating puppy mush. By next week, they'll be on 3 meals a day and only nursing a bit. The following week, she'll only nurse them to ease the pressure on her teats. The last week, she'll be drying up and only really interested in their food (and poop, because Goose likes baby poo lol).
At that point, the pups won't really even fuss with her, they'll be too interested in each other and having fun. My pups have never whined and cried for momma at weaning time. They miss their sibs more than mom by then. Even now, at 3 weeks old... mom doesn't lay with them. She visits a few times a day - that's it. Now it's up to the siblings to socialize and teach each other about manners.
Of course, I allow visitations from my older pack, and they're all very swift to show the pups the rules of the house. I actually love when they do this. The pups learn very swiftly what's acceptable and what's not. They have a strong foundation of bite inhibition and understand there are consequences to being little shits. My adults are gentle and enjoy what they do (because they can run away lol) and the pups gain a lot of benefits from it. This is also another reason why I don't allow my adults out to play dates and such... they help raise these potatoes as much as I do. Puppy Culture is awesome, but Doggy role-modeling is even better! ;)