I'm at work, but called my kids after school to be sure they were working on the list of chores I left them. My son answered and when I asked if he'd done his homework and then gone out to give the chickens fresh water, he said, "Yes, and I found a brown egg and a white egg!" Wow! That means a Marans laid and a Dorking laid. I'll take pictures when I get home to post tomorrow. Which leads me to my next question: I just talked to my husband and he described the Marans egg as chocolate milk colored. I know that their eggs aren't always as dark as the pictures I've seen, but do they start off light-colored when the girls are first laying and get darker over time?