I have 4 older hens that I got as adults, and I recently added 1 new pullet. The pullet just started laying a week ago. Her first two eggs were laid in the corner of the coop on the floor, so then I stuck something in that corner to block it off. The next two eggs were laid in the nest box like they should be, and then yesterday's egg was laid on the coop floor underneath the roost (eww). So this morning I went out to watch her and try to figure out why she is hit or miss on the nest box. And let me tell you, just watching her was exhausting. She runs into the coop, jumps up in the nest box, scratches the bedding once, turns around, jumps back down, does a lap around the coop, jumps back up in the nest box, and repeat ad nauseum. Occasionally she will go out into the run and do a lap there, and then go back into the coop and jump up in the nest box and then jump back down. Each time she'd go into the nest box, she'd only be there for 3 seconds tops. Does this sound like normal behavior for a pullet that just started laying? Is she just a spazz? Should I do anything else? Extra nest boxes maybe? Currently there are 2 nest boxes for 5 total hens, with pine shavings in the boxes. All the other hens are perfectly content with using the boxes and I have never observed this kind of nutty behavior with them. The older girls just go and sit in the boxes for a bit, and come out when they're done. So if there is something that the new pullet doesn't like about the boxes, I really don't know what it would be.