At least they're going broody in the spring. I had a Phoenix bantam go broody in DECEMBER last year. Obviously she hadn't read all the chicken books (grin).
She hatched 10 babies in early January, raised them up, then immediately started another clutch in mid-March while still letting the chicks from the December hatch snuggle with her at night....We're thinking of naming her Superbroody.
Can't wait to see all of your chicks!