I knew I should have only brought 2 of them home. At least then it would be one or the other.
Of the 3 here, there is a black with some white and a cool little beanie on his head, a blue bibbed and a lighter blue bib. I like them each for different reasons.
When I ordered my hatchery 3, their personalities out of the box were what they were. Blue was friendly and out going and would sit next to you and you could touch her no problem. Ally would follow Blue and if it was ok by Blue, it was ok by Ally. Then there was Cadbury who wanted nothing to do with me at all and is still like that. She'll come near, but always out of arms reach. After Blue died last year, she took over as lead duck.
Right now, the darker blue bib is the leader of the duckling pack. And mouthy! My goodness does that one peep.
The lighter blue bib follows and is quieter - usually in the middle, when he finds himself in front, he slows down so the first one can take the lead again.
The black one with the beanie is always behind the other 2, first to sit down. And quieter than the first as well.
I'd like a blue bib, but the black with his beanie is cute too (ok, what ones aren't cute!). I have a female blue runner on the way. If I KNEW one of these 3 was a girl, I'd keep that one and take an extra, but I can't chance 2 boys. Too late to vent sex and I'm afraid to do that anyway.
DH is liking the lighter blue bib one so far.