She is our favorite. After spending her first week in confinement due to a leg injury she is now our most active chick. The first to jump out of the brooder, the first to explore the far reaches of the roosts in the coop.
Peggy had a hurt leg when she arrived. She was unable to move much so she ate less. She has always been behind in growth in body and poof on her head. Though now a week after the photo above she is starting to catch up with the other two. None of my three look as poofy as your self white. But poofier then your black roo.
To be honest if we end up with a roo I will not be too upset. We did get three extra EE's for free because of a mix up. And I have a friend who would love a new roo for her flock. Though it would be sad to find out Peggy was really Paul.