I have two Ameraucana hens. I've gotten one green/blue egg in the 6 or 7 months I've had these two girls. One of them, Tootsie, is lame (she hurt her foot the day I got her). Tootsie spends most of her days lolling in the hen house, she goes outside when the rest of the flock goes in for their naps, etc. I always pay special attention to this baby because the other girls pick on her. Tootsie laid for me today. The egg was very small, covered in a substance that seemed like perhaps it was feces (white, dry, almost chalky appearing) and what I think may have been a second, soft shelled, green egg was stuck to one end/side. Her vent and vent feathers were soaked in what I'm sure was egg white (clear, sticky fluid). The only thing that prevents me from being certain it was a soft shelled egg is the fact that it had what appeared to be an umbilical cord attachment at one end of it. Is this something that all eggs have before they are laid? Is it possible she laid two eggs? Any ideas are appreciated.