Me too!Looks like a cockerel, to me.
out of the 8 youngeters i had 1 took sick & diedSilkies are pretty hard to sex but after three cockerels I'm thinking by three months you can pretty well tell unless they are very high quality show chickens then it takes even longer. Female silkies have a very large perfectly round crest on there head . Males have more of a swept back crest. Males can be round too like in the case of my last cockerel, however if you look carefully from the side you will notice that the hair sweeps back a bit. Females do not do this. My male had no comb or waddles yet at almost 4 months! He had a round crest, but ever so slightly it was swooped back from side view is really the best to see this. Also in my experience the cockerel when young will be more friendly toward humans. All my silkie cockerels we're like that. As they age then it will change. But the cockerels trend to be more loving at first. Hens catch up and are more loving a bit later but tend to be shy at first. cockerels are often bolder keeping watch. They tend to be less fearful however I had a cockerel that would run and hide! Basically look at the head and head feathering. There IS a difference. Cockerels will also get streamers but they won't come till later. Two months is too early to tell. Wait till 3 or 4 months then look at the head.if it's swept back especially from side view it's likely a male. Hope this helps out some. Best of luck!