We are so delighted that our chickens finally started laying about a week ago. They are Wyandottes - 2 Golden-laced and one Columbian. The Goldens started first, and the Columbian laid her first egg yesterday. All three lay very pretty (still smallish) eggs that are a light brown with a pinkish cast. Each is slightly different though, and it seemed to me at first that maybe each chicken had their own signature pattern/color - one laid pinker ones, one laid darker brown ones, and one's always had tiny white speckles on them. But now as I'm getting more eggs, I'm not so sure - seems like there are more variations than that. Was I right at first, that chickens each have a unique signature egg color? Or are there just natural variations and any chicken could lay a different variation every day? Once my EEs start laying (they're 26 and 24 weeks old) it will get even more fun!