I got my new baby Rosie a week ago. I already had 2 boys before her. Rosie was really well socialized before I got her. She is 6 weeks old and was from an accidental litter and the previous owner said she handled her daily. I can definitely tell that she was well socialized because she wasn't stressed when I first got her, she doesn't fear poop when I handle her and she is very adventurous already and not that skittish. I had no problems introducing her to my boys and she is happily living with them now in the big cage. She follows them around constantly and i always find her and Lily cuddling together. Even though she was well socialized in general she is obviously still going to have to warm up to me. It helps when she sees my boys climbing on me and then she will be more willing to come by me. My boys free range in my bedroom which is a pretty big space so I took Rosie into my closet with a little lamp so we would be in a small space for immersion training. I've done 2 or 3 sessions with her about an hour a piece and when we are in there she is very comfortable climbing on my lap and shoulder and even sitting on my head. She doesn't really like it when I pick her up and pet her and hold her but she was making progress with that to where she wasn't running for her life anymore when i started to pick her up. She also would let me pet her sometimes. She is definitely so much further ahead than my boys were since they came from a pet store. Here's where my question comes in. i know with immersion training you are supposed to stay with them and work with them until you make progress that you are satisfied with and then after that you are supposed to build upon the immersion training with playtime bonding. But when I let her out to free range with my boys the progress that I make during my immersion goes away. When she is in the bigger space of my bedroom she doesn't want anything to do with me and when I so much as talk to her she runs the other direction. She acts terrified of me and my room is rat proofed and all i had to change was the radiator cuz she's smaller than my boys so she can actually fit inside my radiator but it's now safe for her to be in my bedroom but I don't want her to be afraid to interact with me but I'm not sure that the only thing I should be doing with her is immersion in the tiny closet? why does she seem to lose her progress once I add more space to the mix? Do I just need to do a few more immersion sessions with her? Or should I just continue letting her run around my room and see if she comes around to wanting to interact with me? Unfortunately it's not the most convenient thing to shut myself in a dark hot closet with a little lamp lol so I wish i had a better space to free range with her for the mean time but I can't use the bathroom so that's really my only small option right now. Any advice would be helpful because my free ranging situation is different with her as it was with my boys cuz Ive moved since then. Thanks!