Congrats and nice pictures! I'm currently growing out some fry that my pair produced a couple of months ago. It's been really fun to watch.
Assuming your water changes aren't massive, it shouldn't be a problem. You will need to add a sponge to your filter so they don't get sucked in. Also, they can't handle much current when they first hatch so you may want to turn down the filter or somehow reduce the current in that area of the tank. This will also help the parents keep them all in a group. It looks like you have some cories. They'll probably try to eat the eggs, but the parents should be able to keep them at bay. Be sure to leave some light on at night so that the parents can keep an eye on things.
If all goes well, you'll have to start feeding fry in less than a week. Some claim success with dry foods, but others swear by brine shrimp. I did brine shrimp and had good results. It's a learning process though, so get started early if you've never done it before.
Life isn't stone, it's water.
PSA: When talking about baby fish, "fry" is plural.
I have a fry. I have some fry.