what are the parents? i will need to see the mother.. i know the father is a double violet whiteface and the mother is a creamino, but what kind of creamino i would need to know... so i am going to go back though your posts to see picasso. the first looks like a whiteface like his father... any male babies you have will be split ino. the second one i want to say seagreen like munch, BUT could be another parblue mutation... so i will check the mother first before giving you a more educated guess
EDIT: picasso is a dutch blue creamino, so the babies can be any of the parblue mutations... can be whiteface, seagreen, or dutch blue.... you wont be able to tell until their beaks start changing.
seagreens will start developing a deeper orange near the base of their beak but the tip will be yellow-orange.
dutch blue have a solid yellow-orange beak
whiteface have a pinkish beak.
you wont be able to tell for a little while, they will need to lose the black on the beak, then it may take a few weeks. because if whiteface, they will start off yellow orange like a dutch blue but then start turning light pink... seagreens start off like dutch blues too but then start developing an orange colour to the base of their beaks... tricky, but its the most helpful way of distinguishing the 3 parblue mutations. and the same is applied to the creamino, which is the blue based lutino!
for example, this will help if your babies are seagreens, which i suspect the bottom one to be...
mango is a seagreen pied, munch is a single violet factor single dark factor seagreen
mango (10 weeks) munch (9 weeks), black is just starting to disappear, but its not easy to see the orange base yet
a week later, still not much change...
a little older (around 11-12 weeks) you can JUST start seeing the orange base start to form
by 4 months old, its easy to see, and they start getting their adult colours
you can see one pink feather on munchs forehead here
and now (in attachment), this is the best photo to see the orange base in, but this defines a seagreen. your babies are a tad young still, but i suspect the first to be a whiteface and the second to be a seagreen