The other day I posted about how one of my hens (golden sex link) laid a double no shell egg (surged together, I'm positive it was a double). This evening I went out to the coop and she was on the nesting shelf sort of panting again (breathing through her mouth, no odd sounds or anything like that, she just looked kind of tired) in a position that told me she was likely going to lay again (I couldn't get a video clip because it was getting dark outside and my camera on my phone doesn't do well with dimmer areas). As I was observing (out of sight, but I could see well enough) I thought she was going to push an egg out, instead, a clearish/white mess comes out (I did NOT disturb her, I checked after she finished everything and noticed there was clear with white streak and some yolk), at first I thought "****, that's a watery poop, I'm a dork I know). I went back inside briefly because I HAD to finish cooking dinner (less than 5min). I finished making dinner/serving it to the kiddo and headed back out because I was worried about her. I go back in and she's not outside and not on the shelf, she moved to the nesting bin. So I watched and waited for a few minutes and she's just kind of crouched there, still panting a little. She finally decides to hop out of the box and head outside (she was the only one in the run at that point) and there is a fresh lay. She laid another double no shell, first busted when she was up on the nesting shelf. Anyways, this is twice in a row. She's 5mos 1wk old. Her pair (another golden sex link) has laid a few beautifully developed speckled brown eggs now. I know that no shell are common, but double no shell, and for them to be back to back concerns me. I'm hoping these 2 incidents are flukes, and that as she goes along everything is fine. I worry that if it continues and the shell forms it could really harm her.