So, I cleaned the coop on Sunday afternoon and put fresh shavings back in and I added a few more shavings to the nest boxes for a little more padding. They had scooted it down and out and to the bottom of the box and was afraid they may crack an egg if there wasn't enough cushion. Anyway, the ladies were a little freaked when I was shoveling out all the stuff, but seemed fine when they were in the run. So, Sunday night, my husband closes them into the coop because it was getting chilly. (We have been leaving the pop door open and they would come and go as they please into the run.) So, when he opens it on Monday morning, he finds an egg next to the door. I had some plastic eggs in the nest boxes but removed them because they kept kicking them out into the coop. Then, this morning, I went out to check on them and give some more food and one of the ladies is standing kinda oddly to the side and I didn't pay her much mind but then a few minutes later, I see one of the other girls pecking at something and I see an egg! She had just layed an egg in the run! I grab it up and bring it inside, but I'm wondering if now that I have cleaned the coop and put all fresh shavings in, if they are confused or something. This is the first time I've cleaned it. They are all around 30 weeks and have been laying for a few weeks now. So, since I found an egg near the pop door and one in the run, is there something I should do to get this one lady to lay in the nest box again? She has always layed in the box, so this is new? Maybe it is just a random thing? I don't know. A few days ago, she would go in the box, sit a while, come out and nothing. So, I don't know what the deal is. Any advice or thoughts.