Take the wheel out.
The wheel can be distracting for new mothers.
When I used to breed,I would remove wheels.I had some mothers that were so obsessed with the wheel,that they would neglect their young.
Take the wheel out and see if that works.
Also the mother mouse could be caring for the babies during the night or when you are not watching her.
Check if the babies have milk bands...if they do,they are being fed.Milk bands are a white spot on their bellies,which is the milk.If they are being fed,you should be able to see the milk bands.
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