Hi Again, It's me, the "new mama"...I'm sorry, but I have yet another question! My husband built a wonderful coop/hen house/play yard and the girls have been out there full time for the past two nights. Here's my question. It doesn't seem as though they have actually been "in" the actual "hut", but choose to sleep outside, snuggled together in the dirt. Their usual bedding (pine shavings) is in the hut along with a lovely roost...is there something I am missing, or is it perfectly normal for them to choose not to sleep in their? (are they being rebelious teens?) I'm concerned that when it comes time for them to begin laying, they won't use their boxes, or when the weather turns cold, they won't go in to get toasty. Any thoughts or ideas? Thanks!