Thanks again to all that offered advice. We lost a little 4 week old chick earlier this week- he was a cochin bantam with a severe cross beak. My kids and his buddy chick, Dory, were crushed. We rushed out and got another from a BYC member. Ended up taking home two. Here are the three of them: Dory is on the left. I think that what we have are a bantam (from the feed store- straight run and no idea on the breed) that's about 4 weeks, a silkie bantam cochin cross that's about a week old, and a frizzle cochin standard girl that's about 3 weeks, too. Look about right to you? I realize that mixing ages like this is not a great idea, but our bantam was a MESS and to be perfecly honest, when I saw all the chicks this lady had, I LOST CONTROL. I had to have that little slikie. MUST HAVE HIM. And, my bantam was very gentle with her special needs buddy. AND, my daughter was with me. And, chicken math. Is that enough excuses? I'm keeping them all at 87 degrees with plenty of room to get away. The silkie cuddles with the big guys. I'm swooning. Also, our bantam is tiny and I got a little freaked about putting her in with my 6 chicks outside (10-12 weeks) when the time comes. The woman that I got them from suggested that the standard might be a nice body guard for the bantams. Again, thanks! and I'd love any confirmation on breeds. edited to spell check.