Currently, I have a GFCI outlet that has two more outlets down the line as shown in this diagram.
I am moving around some circuits and I need to temporarily hook up 3 additional outlets that are losing a line.
Is it proper to wire that additional group of 3 (non GFCI) outlets from the GFCI itself just like the original branch of two? I am showing that new branch with arrows. The circuit is 20A and I am not worried about overloading/tripping -it is temporary so that we have functioning outlets while the work is being done. I do have additional GFCI outlets if I need to add one in this situation. Thanks.
EDIT: apologies for the bad initial diagram that I pulled off off the internet in a hurry on my phone. Here are the actual photos. The GFCI has the line going into it. From there, I have a circuit branching out with two standard outlets. What I want to do is to hook up the second "branch" with 3 more outlets on the other side of the wall (temporarily, so that we have functioning outlets before the wall goes away) This branch will also be hooked up on the GFCI side (see on the bottom 2 photos how I connected them on GFCI load side. Does this look good?