Hi folks! I haven't posted on here in a long time. But, Im seeking advice. I'm getting a 1 week old serama chick tomorrow. It's from a small incubator clutch an acquaintance hatched. I think she only ended up with 8 or so chicks. I originally requested only one chick. But, the more I think about it, the more I think I should have asked for two chicks. I'm afraid a lonely chick will be stressed from being taken away from his flock. The problem is, I'm kind of wary about asking to purchase a second chick because she had such a small clutch. And, also, I don't know the lady that well. I think she likes the idea of me lavishing my attention on just one baby instead of trying to start a breeding operation, which I'm not. Would it be untoward of me to ask to purchase a pair of chicks instead of just one? I would like to add that the lone chick would receive lots of attention from me and my family. I have a brinsea ecoglow brooder and a new stuffed friend for it. So, in my position, what would you do?