I'm just excited to have new babies so can't help myself sharing but also I'm wondering if anyone knows if the colours might indicate which are male/female? The perant hens I seen were grey, one being darker than the other and definitely a grey colour, kind of like a storm cloud even and the other was more of an off-white/light grey kind of colour (I'm unsure if I'd classify them as lavender, but this is what the seller refers to them as) with the rooster being a similar light greyish colour and having a few red/buff feathers on his wings. I'm looking at the chicks And already thinking that the yellow one is a boy and maybe the grey one too (hunch maybe, but they are slightly larger and have noticeably thicker legs as well as more feathers growing on the tips of their wings) and the three dark ones look exactly the same in size, with very fragile looking legs. I'm wondering Would this breed have the girls hatch as one colour and the boys as another like some other breeds? Also if the chicks are black now, will they stay dark as they grow feathers or change to be the same colour as both the perants were? I kind of can't wait to see what colours they turn out to be, seeing as they all came from similar coloured perants they sure are a mixed bunch! I'm totally interested in any random info people have on this breed as well, even photos of your own, which to be honest I'm not even sure how to tell what this breed is because here where I am in Australia they call this Araucana but with reaserch I get confused that maybe it's actually supposed to be an Ameraucana and that people don't know the difference or that the breed is labled differently Here to other countries and they definitely do look like a google search for either name so that doesn't help! Anyways they hatched out of very pale, smallish blue eggs and they are super adorable with obviously fluffy heads that must turn into the muffler/beard trait I'm super clucky!!