8 days ago my order of 15 EE Bantams arrived from Cackle. Cackle added two extras so I have 17 darling peeping little bantam EEs. One was a bit smaller than the others, but EEs can vary quite a bit in size so I wasn't worried. At first. However, as the others grew normally, little Wilbur (like the runt in Charlottes Web who grew into SOME PIG) stayed small. And since they are all bantams to start with, that is very small. Wilbur eats a lot and drinks well. He likes the other chicks and they like him. However, he doesnt engage in their more rough and tumble games. No flying leaps into the mosh pit for him. Wilbur likes to sleep standing up, or under the pile of chicks. Here is a photo of all the chicks 24 hours after they arrived. Arent they cute! Wilbur is the little yellow chick with a light greenish mark on his head. I marked them so I could see for sure that each one had learned to drink. He is in the upper left corner area directly under the yellow chick with light blue on his head and between two black chicks. Even then, you can see his is standing upright. They are all about 3 days old. Here is Wilbur by himself at 3 days old. Even then his little eyes are kind of squinty, not round and open like the other chicks. Also he stands a little bit like an owl, kind of upright. Notice how he has kind of dark skin around his eyes, like bruises, only Im sure he wasnt bruised. And here he is now, at 9 days of age with a normal sibling. The other chicks weigh more than twice as much as Wilbur. What do you think? Is he going to make it, but just be small? Is there anything I can do to help him? He is just the sweetest little thing. Please help.