I need your advice guys. Okay so I found this egg in the nesting box, it is cream coloured (I know it doesn't look very cream on the photo) and quite large. Babs didn't lay today so it's a possibility it could be hers however hers are never usually that light, the one to the right (corrugated) is the lightest hers usually get because they are corrugated. But this one is perfect and is a similar size to my large white leghorns eggs. It's definitely not Zazzles as her egg was also in the nesting box and her egg colour is a consistent white. So I'm a bit confused; it could be any one of the following, 1) Babs is just laying lighter than usual, it's possible she's three years old now and her eggs tend to have quirks but even when the shell is light there is usually another visible problem and apart from that there was no other brown egg in the nesting box. But she has never layed an egg this light before 2) It's Peggy's, her breed is supposed to lay white to cream bantams sized eggs however for a first egg this is quite large especially since she is a bantam. It may be that she has been laying for a while and I have just not noticed as I mistook her egg for one of babs weird ones (she does sometimes lay small eggs however these tend to be browner). However I have never got two brown/cream on the same day so it's quite odd that she has enough time to start laying eggs the size and yet never layed on the same day as Babs. Another thing is we haven't had any double yolkers which I tend to expect when they are pullets. There is also nowhere to hide eggs around the run. She also STILL doesn't look ready to lay, her wattles are small and pink even though she is supposed to be over 40 weeks now. You guys have seen her in pics... 3) It's Selmas. She is supposed to be an araucana so I would be super disappointed is this was hers as I have always wanted blue or green eggs and she was sold to me saying that she was a blue or green egg layer. However while this is still a little bit of a stretch for a first egg size, she is quite a large bird unlike Peggy. However she also doesn't look ready to lay despite being a similar age to Peggy, her comb is a light pink, as you can see in a pic I posted last week. I don't know, I'm off next week so I shall watch them to see if I can find any clues but for now I'll just have to wait for your feedback and if I get two brown/cream eggs in the same day. Pic, left to right, Zazzles', unknown, Babs corrugated (this is the lightest they usually get).