I bought six Ebay Poland bantam eggs, unknown colors. I could use help working out the colors and especially the genders. I'm lost! I've waited patiently before asking (ha!), but they're a full two months old today. All hatched within 24 hours of each other. Here's G and Albert. Look at those big red wattles! Albert is twice the size of my smallest bird and I've had him pegged as male from the start. White crested blue? What about G? Gold laced, I assume. Are those saddle feathers I'm seeing? Next we have Chel and Rackets. One shell was marked CH, so I'm assuming that's chamois. And are they bearded? Rackets has a very red face, but Chel's is pale. Hope that shows in the pics. I'm thinking Rackets is male and Chel is...? Dare I hope? This is spoon. Self blue? Sex? This is Po. What color is this? The back of the crest is white. Sex? Okay, yes, this is Spoon with a ringer. It was an egg from my own Pekin flock. I used it as a 'test egg' to make sure the turntable was working right, then just left it in, because it couldn't possibly hatch, right? I'm stymied. The comb and wattles are bigger than the chicks I had that grew up to be pullets, but smaller and less red than the two cockerels I raised last year at the same age. I'm thinking girl, but I wouldn't mind a second opinion. Also, mom was a not very clear mille fleur and dad was either a not very clear mille fleur or a lavender. What the heck is this -- some black ancestry coming out? Thanks for any help you can give. Many, many more pictures available on request (including as day olds). My husband has said right along I was going to end up with a rooster flock, so if they're all boys, it will at least make him rich in 'I told you so' points.