We have 6 lavender Orpington babies who where hatched two days ago. Looking at their wings (they are SOOO tiny) I think we have three boys and three girls. My question is can I do anything to be able to distinguish them going forward? My grand-kids have both girl names and boy names picked and I need to be able to tell them which is which. I was thinking about putting a tiny bit of nail polish on the girls toes. Is that harmful? Any other suggestions? Regarding the Australorps... we have 5 babies (all girls we believe) who are now 15 days old. Four of them have very developed tail feathers and one of them still has no tail feathers at all. Is this an indication that this one might be a boy or does it mean something is wrong. All five came from TSC at the same time. This is a big deal because the chick in question is my grand-daughter's favorite and her name is Panda. If it's a boy, I need to let her know asap so she can change the name and not be too disappointed later if we have to re-home him. Thanks in advance for your advice.