I just don't know!!! He's throwing me with his comb. He has a rosecomb, but the only bantams that he looks like that are that small have a single comb, like a Dutch or English bantam, so I give. But they are beautiful, and I would just toss out that she is a blue and he is a splash rosecomb bantam, and see what happens!!!
Lots of love and treats will get the skittish out of them eventually. Kids, however, will keep the skittish in them for a while, until they get settled! Feed them treats, and water, and sweet talk them. They are very intelligent, and will watch everything you do. Keep them where you want them to sleep for the next week or so, then if you let them into a fenced or caged area, they will return to their sleep area at night, and that will be their safe place, too. Be warned, that they can fly like doves, and will hit the treetops if they get scared, so take your time, and build a safe enclosure, and you will be glad you did. They are precious, and you will grow to love them!!
He's a man, he'll get interested!!! He's just young yet. She will start laying around 6 months or so, and the eggs don't have to be fertilized. Sooo, for eggs your don't need the rooster, just for chicks. And he is priceless when it comes to protecting her!!
She has started laying and lays about 3-4 eggs a week (reported to me, since I only got them today). They were given to my dad a month or two ago. He didn't want them because he is interested in laying hens only. I will see how they do after the transition here in a few days I hope she'll go back to laying. I will crack an egg and see if its fertilized because I know just because my dad didn't see them mate doesn't mean they haven't. Thanks so much for the info!!!!