3 of my 5 girls are laying eggs, and all 3 lay the same color (greenish). When I originally decided on getting the EE's, part of my decision was based on what I thought would be a random coloring of the eggs: green, blue, pink Now, after making it this far, and learning a little bit more about them, it seems that the coloring is not so random, afterall. I'm pretty sure that the remaining 2 will lay the same color, since they all came from the same place. While they are all clearly different, and one even seems to be cross-bred with something completely different from the rest, I get the impression that maybe the green egg is the common color. Would this be an accurate assumption, or is that just what I'm getting because mine happen to be laying green? If I wanted to mix it up, and ensure I was able to get a blue egg in the mix, how would I go about getting a blue egg laying hen? My wife would love a pink egg, as well, being that is her favorite color. Then the egg basket would have a nice range of colors. I'm not sure we're really ready to add to our flock. 5 birds is more than enough for now, but should the opportunity present itself, I can always give eggs away. I purchased my 6 chicks locally at the Southern States, so I have no idea where they really came from. 1 was a rooster, and was rehomed due to local city ordinances (no roosters). Thanks!