I am not going to have this option
So go ahead & dig them up before you move & either put them in pots or get them into the ground again ASAP. Any time you move a plant
that is already coming up, if you get a lot of soil in each shovel full (so as not to disturb the bulbs) they might not even know they've been moved.
I don't know where you're moving to, but if you're moving them to a climate where it might still freeze, you may want to pot them up & keep them out of the frost, since they've already started sprouting.
Daffs are pretty hardy & can take a lot of cold weather, but I'm always afraid that when the tulips & daffodils start up this early, they'll get bitten & we won't see them at all in the spring
(I live in an area where the ground doesn't freeze below the surface, so we don't have to dig up ANY of our bulbs!)