Hattie is a loud, nosy chicken. She is always poking into the middle of things to see what's going on. She never really wants to be petted, but she's up and down from my lap just to make sure she doesn't miss anything. At dusk she starts racing about the run making a funny little chirp/squawk. Once she starts carrying on, the others begin the meadering process that is bedtime. It seems like she is the time keeper for the lot. She has grown into a big, fluffy chicken with fat cheeks. She likes to sit and cock her head at you while she chirps away. Chatty Cathy might have been a more appropriate name!
Robin is the shyest of the lot. She has no desire to ever be petted or touched. Thankfully she's a huge fan of treats! I think she's the prettiest of the Easter Eggers. I love the brown/black mottling. Despite her standoffishness, she is fascinating to watch as she goes about her business.
Pooh is the last of the Easter Eggers. She started as a little yellow chick and has grown into a pure white chicken with buff marks scattered about. She has two darker buff/red spots on her wings and a grey head (of all things!). She looks like she's been sticking her head down into graphite. Pooh is fairly calm. She's okay being held and doesn't protest, but she's perfectly happy to be left to wander around. Even as a chick she was mellow, so I guess it's going to stick.