I posted my flock a few weeks ago, at 5 weeks (https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/easter-egger-sexing-help-5-weeks.1310643/) wondering if at 8 weeks it is any clearer to the BYC community on what sex these easter egger chickens are becoming! We are in process of building our flock of 6 a larger coop and run. They are honestly very good chickens and will come to me (even if I don't have food). Most are very tame and welcome being picked up or petted (exception being my probable Roo, Bacon, straight up beakhole). As always, thank you all for your input! BYC is the best! Piglet -- my sweetest and biggest easter egger, I still think that Piglet might be a hen based solely on personality and the comb never get significantly darker. But this coloring is similar to the one I think is probably a rooster (Bacon) pictured below. Toast -- the smallest chicken and last to feather. She recently got neck feathers and her chest came out red! Probably a hen? Bacon -- the chicken who is the best at dodging me / generally good at being a "beakhole" (my sister's word for unruly birds) -- I still think this is going to be a rooster. The brightest comb of all 4 easter eggers. No crows yet. Thankfully! Hamhock -- the prettiest bird who is most likely to jump into my arms for their afternoon chicken treats. I read that easter eggers can be sexed on coloring, but I couldn't find the post. Probable hen?