Pretty sure Cinnamon is a girl. There's a boy standing behind her - they all have huge wattles and combs. The boys will go back to the breeder. Here are our other girls:
Age: 7 weeks
Breed: Buff Orpington
Story: Butternut is very sweet. She has been a bit shy but has recently started jumping out of their indoor pen to see us or jumping up on me for a pat when they are outdoors. She's so fat and dumpy and sweet. I thought she was going to be a boy because she's got legs like tree trunks.
Age: 7 weeks
Name: Fairy Floss
Breed: White Orpington (with the wrong coloured legs)
Story: Fairy Floss earned her name because her baby down always looked longer than everyone else's. She loves attention and leaps out to see us as soon as we take the top off their indoor pen, or rushes to see us when they are outside in the (empty) aviary. It took me ages to get this photo as she leapt on my back and sat on my shoulder as soon as I crouched down. She also likes to get up high, climbing on top of my head given half a chance! I'm hoping she'll grow out of that soon as they are so big already.
Age: 6 weeks
Name: Miss Muffet is what Mum wants to call her though I call her Little Biddy
Breed: Blue Orpington
Story: We quickly discovered (by three weeks old) that the three blue Orpingtons from our original six were all boys so we went back and got three more chicks. Biddy was one of them and, being a bit smaller she's a bit more nervous, though she will eat out of our hands and occasionally joins the crowd to come and sit on my knee outside. She has such beautiful lacing and big dark eyes. The other blue we got turned out to be a boy, and the third chick we got was Cinnamon Roll because our daughter fell in love with her.