My flock consists of two EEs, two silver laced wyandottes, and two barred rocks. The smaller of the two EEs (and the smallest of the flock) laid her first egg in the run yesterday and then again today in the same place at the same time. The pullets are 21 weeks old. Should I expect the other EE to lay soon? Given their smaller size, I had expected the EEs to be the last to lay. True to form, however, the eggs are an incredible "sea-foam" green. Yesterday egg was small. Today's was ever so slightly bigger. Both eggs were absolutely perfect and my daughter was over-the-top excited. We can't wait for more!!