The nymphs - wow! They're absolutely flourishing. We still only have three but these three are doing well. Two have moulted twice now (one moulted today during my daily devotional time!!!) and the third will likely moult a second time soon.
I can safely say that I have two females so far! Terra is completely oblivious but still laying eggs.
It's quite interesting how the nymphs behave when it comes to moulting; with larger specimines, they usually stay in one position in a dark corner for a few days before actually moulting, with my nymphs (I say "my" because I don't know if other nymphs do this), they usually stay in one place for a day, then move around like a maniac, then settle down and moult while no one is looking.
It's very cool, I have to say. I love seeing them 50% larger than the last time I checked - yes, they really are 50% larger after their moult! It's AMAZING looking at them compared to their old skin (granted, their old skin is likely just a touch smaller than the animal was as the animals bulk out the skin)!
I'm disappointed that I haven't been able to make use of the stick insect nursery, it's still a bit too cold at night (and getting colder again) for me to comfortably keep the nymphs in there. The problem is I'm not entirely certain as to just how effective the nursery will be. I can only wait and see.