Hi there and
to the forums!
Your two birds are beautiful
Leo and Skie still need a lot of time to adjust--generally its advised you let a bird settle in for two weeks or more before getting them without trying to touch/tame them, so they can get used to you and their new home adequately.
I don't mean to put you off, but they could just be sitting on your hand and listening to all your commands because they're scared--new birds tend to be very submissive for the first few days. Make sure to continue working with them at their pace--it's okay to leave their cage ope, but don't try to force them out. After they've settled in for a week or two more, you can start working with each one individually. Since they've already gotten used to your hand, it's likely that you'll be able to build a good relationship with both of them to the point where they trust you and will enjoy being out with you
It just takes lots of time and patience, and along the way you can read through the "Training and Bonding" section here on the forums as Randy suggested is a very good idea
Since you didn't quarantine, there's a small chance one or both birds could get sick, but as you seem to have gotten them from the same place in a very short time frame I would say the risk is minimised.
Keep in mind that taming two birds is more difficult than taming one, so always be sure to go at their pace and enjoy the journey
I hope to see lots more of your gorgeous pair! I'm sure they'll love spending time with you soon!
To be sure you're fully up to date on the best way to care for your babies, be sure to read through all the stickies on the forums, too, which are the posts at the top of each subforum "stuck" there for easy reference
Deborah has provided links to a list of them that will be helpful! If you read through all the links provided and still have a question, be sure to ask!
I'm looking forward to seeing you around and we're glad you've joined us!