My EE, Matilda, is on day 4 of sitting on 14 bantam eggs. They were shipped, so I'm fully expecting a few duds when I check them this weekend. But, every time I see her off the nest, I notice several eggs turned pointy side up! So I flip them around... and she promptly rearranges them when she goes back to the nest- pointy side up! I'm hoping that taking some of the eggs out will fix this problem, but if it doesnt- ??? Should I give her a bigger nest box? I figured that her litter box lined with shredded paper would be big enough for her and her tiny little eggs. As it is, even fully flattened out in the broody-pancake posture, she's only taking up about half of the box. OTOH- her little "penthouse" (large dog crate with a blanket covering 3 sides) is on my enclosed front porch. Its protected from the elements, but it still gets cold out there (right now its about 35 degrees). I dont want to take away her box and its added bit of protection from the cold floor (pine shavings over plywood on the bottom of the crate).