The male that was all ready seated in the back of the truck walked around, ensuring each child had a blanket to sit on and to cover with. Then, before the truck began to head for its destination, he placed a large, empty cardboard box beside each child. Some of the boxes had multiple boxes taped to it. Despite the amount of children and faux boxes, there was still plenty of space in the twenty-six foot moving truck. "In case there is an unexpected stop, you will be instructed to hunker down and pull the empty boxes over yourself. If you are near a little one, try to keep them quiet. If you have even little-er ones who do not understand the concept of quiet, then we ask that you make a hard decision if they are not keeping quiet." At his last statement, Aryana cringed, pulling her twin sisters closer to her body. It was always something they had faced. If The Healer ever knocked on their wall, they had to keep quiet. Though if you have ever been around children under two, that is nearly impossible to do on command. Thankfully, they had never had to 'silence' a child. It was such a cold thought. It was the whole reason Ana and the others were in that room. The whole reason they had to be silent. Often, Ana wondered if she would rather they all be caught and killed by someone else, rather than one of the other children killing another. Again, she shivered, pulling her pale blue blanket up around her and the babies. They had slept most of the day away, and seemed to continue sleeping through tonight. That was one good thing about newborns. They tended to sleep a lot. "We will have frequent stops along the way," the man continued. "Normally, we would stop once or twice more for other kids. But you are a large lot, so we will continue straight there. We expect to take two or three days, depending on what we run into."