At six weeks old the puppies are starting to be awake and show more personality. All ten are using the dog door to go out to the bathroom (!) and they are learning to sleep in crates. They still generally like to share (two or three will pile into one crate at a time during naps) but they are also spending time alone in their crates each day.
They still nurse for snack time when Paisley lets them--they are eating solid foods four times a day and they have water available at all times.
Six to eight weeks is an important developmental stage where bite inhibition is taught and learned. It's important for a good family dog to know how to use their teeth safely. Playing with each other and interacting with Paisley helps them learn how hard they can bite without causing damage.