So i spent the majority of yesterday gathering new plants from the store and arranging my stock to fit my tanks.
This is my 10 gallon at the moment:
1 female black sailfin molly
20+ platy babies
3 Molly babies
My plan is to eventually move the female into the 20 gallon...eventually. She needs to grow a bit more. I am going to leave it how it is for now until everyone in there grows a bit more (or the mother gives birth again).
As for the 29 gallon tank, I am so happy with it. The only problem is you can't really see the red in the Red Ludwigia from the photos or video. It makes the tank look so much better. One out of the two female platys I put in 3 days ago is still acting weird. Probably just stressed from moving her. Hopefully she will settle in nicely like the other platy.
In the 29 gallon I currently have:
1 Male Creamsicle Lyretail Sailfin Molly
2 Female Redwag Platys
11 Neon Tetras
4 Bronze Cory Catfish
In the picture, the red ludwgia doesn't show as well, and the plastic plant in the front seem much more prominent than in real life. There is much more balance to the colors in the tank that is not being shown in the picture:
Once I figure out how to take a good picture of the new set up I will repost some better pictures.
I am also happy that I got my 20 gallon set up and running.
What is in my 20 gallon right now:
1 Male Black Sailfin Molly
4 Baby RedWag Platys
I hope to move some more of the platys into the 20 and 29 eventually (maybe 2 more into the 29...and 4-5 more into the 20) donate the rest.
When the 20 has more plants and is more filled out I will also repost pictures :) If anyone has any advice or comments I more than welcome them. Thanks all! :)