So my youngest daughter, the Kinder Minor, is six now and old enough for us to begin thinking about what sort of bird she would want to show. To that end the family will be going to the Sunshine Classic tomorrow which is I believe Florida's largest poultry show. To get her thinking about what she might want we started talking about it last night in the truck on the way home. She really does not know much about poultry yet, but we talked about what color she'd like, does she like Silkie type or regular type feathers best, would she want one with a big comb or a small one, and so on. By the time we reached the house she'd settled on a white bird with regular shiny feathers (as in not Silkied or frizzled) with yellow legs and as near as I can figure out what she's trying to say a straight comb. Being as she's only six we'd be looking for a bantam breed. So what would folks suggest? Bantam White Leghorns? Rhode Island Whites? White Rocks? I'm a practical, working, large fowl kind of guy so the bantam breeds are all largely the same to me but for what I've learned these last couple of years with my oldest daughter's Silkies. Hopefully tomorrow at the show she'll be able to narrow her choice down to a specific breed/variety but I'm not sure she'd be able to really distinguish between White Rocks, Rhode Island Whites, White Leghorns, etc so I want to help her out here. Of course by the time she finishes the show she may go off in an entirely different direction altogether, but that's kids for you. Any of you folks want to make a case for a particular breed/variety of white bantam fowl?