Hi all.... So, Wednesday I received six chicks in the mail...so excited! I have two feather-footed bantams in the mix (not sure which kind -- I got the "assorted" option), and I'm absolutely in love with these adorable little creatures. But I'm worried about one of them -- my favorite chick in the whole group, really. I *think* she might be a Black Frizzle??? Anyway, I noticed that, while the other chicks have really been plumping up and growing, she's still tiny and very light. And I can feel more of her bone structure than on the others. Also, while the other chicks eventually quieted their brand-new cheeping noises, she kept at it. Loudly. I observed her for a while, and realized that she doesn't actually seem to be eating the chick crumbles. She'll pick them up, then spit them out. She's drinking just fine, and she's been super curious and active. Her poop looks normal and everything. I was really worried that she wasn't getting enough nutrition, so I offered her some plain yogurt. Immediately her cheeping became this very excited sound, and she just dove into it like she was starving. I let her have a little, then gave her some more a little later. Then I hard-boiled an egg, mashed it up really fine, and offered her that. Again, she started making really excited noises and just devouring the yoke part. I've given her that a couple of times too. I tried mashing some crumbles in warm water, but she won't touch it. She takes a bite and then shakes her head. Could it be she's allergic to the food, or maybe just doesn't like it? After offering her some egg I put her back in the brooder, and she keeps making a very high-pitched, rapid cheeping/whistling noise. The other chicks are being very active, but she looks like she just wants to sleep, and just when she quiets down and starts drifting off, one of them will bump into her and she'll go back to making that noise. She seems to be maybe keeping her wings slightly to the sides, but it might just be the tiny feathers that are sticking out. Any ideas on what could be wrong? Is it okay for me to keep feeding her boiled egg and yogurt? Anything else I can give her? Do the egg and yogurt need grit, or can she eat those all right without it? I've noticed that within the last couple of hours she doesn't seem to be laying down to nap, either. Is that something to worry about? Her legs are fine, and she isn't limping or favoring a leg or anything. Any help would be much appreciated! I'm really worried about the tiny. She's sleeping right now, but every once in a while she sort of half lifts her head in a kind of sideways jerking motion, peeps, and then nods off again. Please let me know if there's something I need to do!