Lucy has been in the nest for at least an hour now. I went out earlier to check for eggs & she was in there face-first, with her fuzzy butt sticking out. It 'looked' as though she was getting ready to push an egg out, so I sat there & patiently waited. I didn't make a sound other than putting feed in the pan & even then she didn't budge. After a couple more minutes, she turns around in the nest & starts picking hay & shavings off the ground, putting them in the nest, even though there's stuff in there already. Has my wish finally come true? Do I have a broody in the coop?! Another question--I just separated my flock according to breed a couple of days ago--previously my BO's were in with my EE roo while my BO roo free ranged. So if my BO's are fertile (both roo's having been doing their job), how do I know which one is going to be a proud papa of the first few (?) eggs that are laid? Please note that I can NOT deal with being on the Maury show waiting to hear "Romeo (EE), you are (not) the father!" I'm hoping Sully (BO) is, since that is the biggest reason I separated them! Can you tell I'm an emotional mess?