It may look like I was right in her cage bothering her with the camera but I was only zooming in. We won't be disturbing the cage at all for at least 2-3 weeks. Only for food and water refills. I don't want her to abandon her pups. So right now cage is up high. Now that we got the video of right after she had babies, they'll be left alone. :)
If you watch the video till the end, you'll see Chaz's mouse (which is not the mom) get up so you can see all of the baby mice. Chaz's mouse is helping care for them also. Thank goodness. I had to watch for a while to make sure she'd do good with them. Other female mice usually help the mother but we just wanted to be sure.
The part I'm not sure what to do is taking care of the one stillborn. It's risky to get near the babies but it's also important to remove the stillborn. Update: Was able to get stillborn one out with a spoon. I was careful not to touch the others. Here is picture of one that didn't make it. Kids and I are going out back to bury it.