Hi everyone, My family has just started caring for a group of chicks. They are all approx. 5 days old. Some were ordered live from MyPetChicken and some were hatched (11 total). The question here is about one of the hatched chicks. It is a Rhode Island Red, and just seems very different from all 10 of the other chicks. It is quite short and seems distinctly smaller than each other chick. It seems to stand around while all of the other chicks are partaking in some kind of activity - sometimes they will all go drink water or go peck at something and this chick will just kind of pace around the enclosure, oftentimes chirping. It seems to have its eyes closed quite frequently - when it's being handled it seems like its eyes are always closed, and it seems like they are closed frequently even when it isn't. Its left leg also seems a little shaky - I can't be sure because it can stand and walk, but I just saw it fall over and have trouble getting back up today, and slip off of the food dish it was climbing onto a few times. It is definitely eating, and spends a lot of time pecking at the food, but it does seem a lot smaller than the other chicks. I haven't personally seen it drink very much, but other people have seen it drink. I can also feel what I have read is his keel bone rather prominently and I can't seem to feel it as prominently on the other chicks. It absolutely is walking around, going under the brooder for heat, pecking at things, etc. Another interesting thing is that many of the other chicks have taken to trying to dust-bathe in the wood chips, and I have never seen this one do that, either. This little guy is my favorite of the bunch and I can't help but be worried that there could be something wrong because he just seems so different than each of the other chicks. I know everything I've been saying is kind of vague and I don't have pictures at the moment (I can take some tomorrow). I am mostly wondering if there's anything I should be looking out for or if these are warning signs of anything. Thanks for reading!