And that's from the youngest of our six pullets, Goldie the Golden Sex Link. Is this normal or did we just get lucky? Is it possible that another of the girls is laying but not squatting? The other pullets are a week older than her at 24 weeks, but Goldie started squatting on Labor Day. She gave us our first egg on Saturday. Now every day we have had another cute little pullet egg. My wife had two of them boiled on a sandwich this morning and said they are delicious. I'll be sampling them this weekend. Maybelline, one of the Ameraucanas, has been squatting for about five or six days so I'm hoping she'll give us some Easter eggs in a day or two. She has been really nasty to the other girls, pecking them on the roost. Another Ameraucana has a bright red comb, as does our New Hampshire Red. But neither has started squatting yet. This is really exciting. I'm like a kid every day when I come home from work and let the girls out for their free-range time. In addition to having those great eggs, the next best part is that Goldie is so friendly now. She hangs around me when I come into the run and just talks her little head off until I reach down and pet her--of course, she's squatting like crazy. Before she would not let me pet her at all. Thank you to everyone on this site for all the excellent information about these cool birds.