Hey All! I have a gold laced polish chick and I am not sure of the gender. It is about 7.5 weeks old and has a great personality. The bird appears to be the leader of my group of three chicks, and really isn't scared of my bigger girls (for the most part-- my wyandotte can be pretty mean). When it was younger, I noticed that it used to "stand tall" unlike the other chicks, and (to this day) was very aggressive when eating from my hand. Appearance wise, I am unsure of its feather and comb/wattle development. This is only my second time raising a polish. My other did not survive until adulthood There have been no attempts to crow yet, but I acknowledge that it is still early. Any and all help is tremendously appreciated! I would like to know as early as possible so I can plan and prepare accordingly! P.S. My polish is very fidgety and loves to move around. These pictures are not the best, but I hope that some of you can help me determine the sex based off of them. Thanks in advance! I think I see some waddles developing, but I could be mistaken. The crest is not as round as a females would be? Saddle Feathers?