It's nice that your yeast are happy but you might want to consider controlling fermentation temperatures a bit. I don't see stick on "fermometers" on your fermenterers? What's the fermentationt temperature?
I think you said in another thread that your ambient temp was about 65? If that's the case the temperature inside that fermenter could be 75 or warmer. Probably warmer than the yeast's tolerance range.
Get some stick on fermometers and put them on your carboys.
Google or search this forum for "swamp cooler" Just a bin with water to set the carboy in and a fan or ice to help keep fermentation temperature in control.
Every yeast has an individual optimal temperature range. Your goal should be to keep it in the lower end of that range for the first 3-4 days, then you can let it go ambient to 70 ish.
Controlling fermentation temperature will drastically improve the quality of your finished beer.