***Added pics****Sorry, I'll have to add pictures later, I haven't been able to get a good picture of Mary (Marty?) yet. Anyway, I got him/her at 3-4 weeks old and she had no pink/red color at all to her comb at all. She's 6-7weeks old now and has lost all of the yellow/orange to her comb. I'm pretty sure she's a he, but I'm wondering if any one has pictures of their 6 week old bantam that has a pink-red comb that actually ended up being a hen. I have the opportunity to pick up a replacement today, but if all turn out to be girls, that would put me over my limit and I'd have to rehome someone anyway. If there is a chance she could stay a she, I would pass on the replacements and just be happy to keep her I got 3 from the same hatch, the other 2 I have no concerns weather they are girls or not at this point. Both combs are still yellow/pale. As far as body shape, all three look the same and have feathered at approx the same rate. I promise to add a picture tonight, but I won't promise it will be good...these girls (guy?) are FAST at this age LOL. Pictures...it was so hard to get good pics, they just do not stay still at this age. My older girls practically pose for the camera now (a year and a half later). The one in question in the middle. Comb isn't bright red, but it is definitely pink. Again in the middle The best I could do for full body shot...s/he was running around, so its blurry. Note the little bitty reddish pink waddles All 3 have little fat round bodies. The one in question might have very slightly longer legs, but its really nothing that stands out. I might even be imagining it. So, what do you think...is there a chance this is a girl? Or is he destined for a new home?