I made a commitment to rehome Nora, my younger blue Ameraucana, and a day or two later, she went broody for the first time in her two years of life. Then, a week later, Panda, my oldest barred EE (Zane & Charlotte's daughter) went broody for her first time. Panda is a month younger than Nora, both just over two years old. They are both doing fabulously. Nora is usually like a cross between a pitbull and a cobra on the nest when she isn't broody, but since going broody, has been positively angelic. Panda is sitting tight and we have to remove her from the nest daily. She eats like a trucker and drinks, then eats and drinks, poops big, then eats some more--more than any other broody I've ever had here. Then she does her broody war cry and runs back to her nest. Today is Day 14 for Nora's five eggs and Day 7 for Panda's seven eggs. ALL seem to be developing, even Dusty's which is under Panda. Anyone want some Barred Rock or BBS Orp chicks? LOL. Beth, I was thinking I had two of Dusty's and one of Smoky's under Panda, but when I candled today, there were two of Smoky's and one of Dusty's instead. Not sure why I remembered wrong, but Dusty's is developing and we need to cross our fingers for a pullet out of her for you! Apparently, the first day Panda was sitting, she laid her last egg and we didn't catch that till three days later. I almost tossed it, but left it--that will be Zane's grandchick since Panda is his daughter, will be 3/4 BR and 1/4 blue Ameraucana.