I have a tiny little easter egger, she is a runt I'm sure because she is so much smaller than the others, hatched 6/16/2014, so about 7 months old. Anyway, the past few mornings she has been very, very vocal when I've gone out there to open up the coop. She will not go out into the run for food or water at first, so I grab her and bring her out. Today, she ran right back in and when I went through the people door, she ran over to me squawking like crazy. It's cold here in Northern Indiana, right now it is 2 degrees with snow on the ground. Against my better judgment, I brought her in to have a bite to eat and get some water with vitamins and electrolytes, and some warmth, but I don't want her to stay inside for long this morning because I don't want any trouble out there with the other girls when she goes back out and I don't want her to lose any acclimation she has for the cold weather. She started eating and drinking right away. I'm I doing the right thing?