My broody has been wonderfulfor the last 3 weeks. She sat tight day and night on her 4 eggs and now is day 20 and they're hatching. Of course, it's a grand 17° outside. They're in the main coop but in a dog crate with a box as a nest. I went out to check on her a bit ago and her newly hatched chick was laying next to her but not under her, cold and not moving. I brought the baby in and under a heat lamp, saved the little thing. I took it back out to my broody and she growled (but i think she was maybe growling at me). Then I took an empty shell which she obsessively tried to shove back I under her, ignoring the baby right next to her (which I had to put under her). Then a few minutes later she was sterling on a baby. I was there and heard it squeaking and got her foot off of it. Should I just give up on her and bring them in or let her go. She only has 4 eggs total. 2 of which hatched from BCM eggs and are both recessive white (wheaten). I really don't want to lose them but Idon'twant to take them from her if this is all normal. Stressing myself out here lol. She is a first time broody but my other two first time broodies didn't step on their new chicks and seemed to help them stay under them. Opinions?