There are predominately male and female EE colors, but you do need to let them feather in a bit more to get an idea of the sex.
You can see what is meant by going to the EE sexing thread here: http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/463817/easter-egger-sexing-tips-and-tricks-pictures-included
The one chick pictured in your photos appears to be growing in the typical female partridge pattern, but you will need to see what the chest and head color come in as. If it is gold with the partridge back, that is the female pattern almost 100% of the time (note almost).
The male pattern is predominantly black and white. Few black/white patterns are female, but it can happen.
Other colors happen in EE's, and with those, you have to watch the pattern itself. Males will have a patchwork quilt appearance (blocks of colors) and/or red bars on the wing bows. Females will have even patterns, like a kaleidescope.
I cannot say with the one that you verbally described.
The best bet is to read through that sexing thread to get a good idea of what is meant by the typcial male and female patterns.
This works pretty well for first generation EE's....one purebred parent bred to the Ameraucana or Araucana parent. Once you get to 2nd generation, or mixed breeds to mixed breeds, it becomes more difficult as there are a lot of genes floating around and feather patterns become more complicated.
EDITED TO ADD: with wild type chicks (chipmunk coloring), while not fool proof, often (not always), but often the female pattern will have a solid stripe from the head down the neck to the tail while the male pattern will have a break in the stripe at the neck and be less distinct. Also, females often (not always) have 3 bar colors in the stripes (like white, black, brown) while males will have two (ex. brown and black). But that is a generality. I've used it and thus far have had success in picking female EE's...but I would have to do it a lot and keep record to see if it improved accuracy beyond general 50/50 luck.
Edited by Lady of McCamley - 3/9/16 at 4:50pm