One of our silkies just hatched her first baby (we have two silkie hens, two silkie roo's, three Rhode Island reds and three white leghorns). The baby is now two weeks old. We had them Mom (who is very attentive to the baby) and the baby segregated in the coop using chicken wire/fencing. Twice now, we have come home to find both the baby and Mom out with the group (jumped out, the baby went through the holes in the fencing as she is so small). Today, when we found them out with the others, the adults were really roughhousing the baby. We have since created an enclosure in the coop where they can't get it. They have accepted new chickens before so we were surprised how awful they were being to this teeny baby. Is it just because of how small she is? Will it pass and be better when we go to introduce her when she gets bigger? Again, we were really surprised how tough they were to the baby when just a few days ago they accepted (after being separated by a fence for a week) some new 4+ week old baby chickens)...thoughts?