I moved her at night because someone suggested it's better to do that instead of moving her during the daytime. Last time I moved her she didn't sit on these 2 eggs and was trying to get out of the pen. I think I moved her too far and too early in the incubation, on the first day. My bad.. Anyways today is day 6 and other than the EE eggs I have been candling and all is well! I can't see nothing through the green shell, I know they're fertilized though so I suppose the chances are 80/100? I hope so! I had to move Mama because her original place she decided to brood.. Well... Not a good place. Started out with 7 eggs and went down to 5 Most likely because other hens who like to lay eggs in that spot that Mama chose some of the eggs must have gotten cracked and mushed with the moving around and such. *Sigh. In March it was 5 eggs and we were hoping to do more this time because last time we got 5 boys. It's nice to get pullets.. We'll just have to see this time. Will she be sitting on them tomorrow when I check on her in the morning, around 8am? I will be majorly frustrated and bummed if she won't do it. Please please try to give me the best input you can. *By the way, is this an odd time of year for hens to go broody? Most of mine went broody in the spring and early summer.