This is the proud rooster, Wiggles.
"Martin", a Red Sex Link (breed sold by TSC) could possibly be the mom. (She's the one on the right, pictured below.)
Here's this chick's sibling, still wet from hatching. I just missed it. But there are four more eggs to hatch and surrogate mama hen is still sitting on the eggs patiently.
The blue/green egg has a pip in it. Sadly the second chick to hatch (pictured by these eggs) didn't make it.
About two hours later after I saw the above pip on the blue/green egg, this adorable grey one hatched!
This is what the Easter Egger Americana chick looked like after it dried.
After church I checked and there is ANOTHER grey chick!!! I wasn't expecting this color!!! Whohoo!
And here's the proud mama to the little grey one. I know this one is hers because she laid the egg the same day I gave her eggs to sit on. It was her last egg before brooding. She's having a bad hair day right now and looking a little rough. Brooding is hard work.