Yesterday I posted that Georgia, my BSL, has been very crabby lately. Now I know why. She laid her first eggs this morning! When I didn't see her with the rest of the flock while I was feeding some BOSS, I took a walk out to the coop. She was standing on a yolk-covered roost, facing the wall. She had yolk on her butt. On the floor laid a marvelous, yet soft-shelled egg. It was fully intact, so I'm worried about the loose yolk. I congratulated her, and ran across the yard in my pajamas to show DH. I returned to the coop, and she looked uneasy. She faced the wall and laid an even tinier soft-shelled egg. Poor girl was backed up! She never sang an egg song, just mumbled a few bok-boks. Although I'm super excited about this, should I be worried about the yolk that came out of her? Should I scramble the eggs and feed them back to the girls? Let me just say, I'm so egg-cited right now, I can't upload my images fast enough! Thanks for letting me share my morning!