While I know all first time layers go through a their odd-shaped egg period, this is the first time I've seen a super thick Vitelline (Yolk membrane) in the egg. The eggs are slightly misshapen, a little elongated, but not bad. They are stored properly. They were fertile but gathered within hours of being laid. She appears very healthy. None of the other birds have it. Is this just one of those oopsies they have? All 3 of her eggs have this, I have 4 more in the fridge. In case it is not a just a oops, could there be something nutritionally wrong? The whites were very normal to very slightly thicker.