Remember the old Carly Simon song? http://www.artistdirect.com/nad/window/media/page/0,,163190-348014-WMLO,00.html I've had chickens for going on two years now, but right now, I have six pullets who will be 21 weeks old this Friday: two Barred Rocks, two Ameraucanas, one Speckled Sussex and one Blue Orpington. I especially would like to see those Ameraucana eggs since I don't have any who lay tinted eggs. I have the older girls laying HUGE eggs, at least the ones who aren't in a hard molt, and the younger girls, most of whom lay small eggs, then I have these. The combs are red, they are going in and out of nests and at least the Barred Rocks are flirting with their rooster and squatting for him. No matter how long I have chickens, it's always exciting when a pullet starts to lay.