Actually, it was the day before yesterday. And "hatched" might be a more accurate description.
There were four chicks in this batch. In the next photo, you can see #4 peaking out from under mama's wing:
I put the eggs under the hen on Mother's Day. They hatched on Memorial Day. So I guess you could say they are Holiday Chicks.
Here they are basking in the setting sun. In a day or two, I will let them outside so mom can teach them to forage.
The hen is not their biological mother. She is a Bantam-Cochen mix. The chicks are hybrids of two larger breeds: Leghorn mother, Americana father. Leghorns make lousy mothers though, so I put the eggs under the best broody hen I had at the time.
They are going to grow much larger than this hen. She has quite a task ahead of her. Fortunately, she's quite tough. ;-)