5 days never had a shy fish before bought a red top zebra same day for my other tanks well actually 2 of them and the male was chaseing the rest around in 10 mins after he was in there so to me a hideing fish is odd
Yes, Bloody Parrots are very shy as juveniles and as BB above in post #5 stated, it may take 4 to 5 weeks for them to feel comfortable in their new surroundings. Even then, it will take longer for them to feel comfortable with others in the room.
Everything sounds normal so try not to worry about them. I've had my 33g holding tank and the Bloody Parrot juveniles since June 10, 2010 and after 4 to 5 weeks they come out for feeding. Even now, after the feeding I have to walk into the room slowly, they may hide but I can coax them out . I wave to them when I sit in front of the tank .
When strangers go in the room, they hide. They'll all be fine in time.
I actually when I read your question!!! No disrespect meant at all, but I don't remember when my 3 parrots were shy. And now, the second they see me walk into the room, they zoom to the front of the tank and give me their poor, pitiful, "nobody loves me, please feed me or I'll certainly perish" look.
Now that I think back though, it did take me quite a while to earn their trust. So yeah, yours are behaving normally.
Aren't you worried about them eating the con fry though?