This post is a little late, because it's been about eight weeks since Rose had her kits. All are REW (Which, if you work out the punnet squares, makes sense with two REW parents). Two are girls, and three are boys. They're looking pretty show-worthy, so far; only one (Popcorn, who's been sold) has a lesser body shape.
To the right is a picture of one of my boys. His name is Clover, and he's for sale.
Also, as a point of interest to some people, I figured out (probably) why I got two REWs from a pair of Himalyans with no REWs on their pedigrees. I realized that Shirley is Theo's grandmother, and she probably had the REW gene (it just wasn't on her pedigree). She most likely passed this gene through the generations to Theo, and when Shirley and Theo bred, they both had the gene, so two REWs were born. This has provided a first-class example on why line-breeding can be beneficial; it can bring out the recessive genes that only one rabbit initially has.
Aaand back to the babies. Here's a video: