Thanks for the response! That's all I care about is everyone's educated guess. It at least narrows it down for me!The first one lools like a normal and the second one looks like a mack snow tremper.
Note that I am only providing my own educated guess. The only true way to know the exact genetics of your geckos is to contact their original breeders. It'll be easier to identify the morphs once their bands begin to migrate and their true colors come in. Certain morphs tend to look similar as babies which is why it can be difficult to tell what they are if you don't know what you have already.