Since we have found two eggs in one day, I have at least two of my 22-24 week old pullets laying. (Seven more to go...c'mon girls!) I have 3 Red Stars, 3 EE, and 2 Light Brahmas. I know for sure that one of the Red Stars is laying. Here is where the mystery comes in. All the eggs have been very similar in size and color. A bit smaller than store bought and a light brown color. This morning, my daughter found an egg that was a bit bigger, but the same color. It had a bit of a lumpy spot--nothing major, just something we noticed. It also had a feather that we narrowed down to one of my EE's stuck to it, so the kids are convinced that the EE is our second layer. The coop, of course, has plenty of feathers floating around, but DD was adamant that this one was stuck to it. Whatever. The Red Stars are all 24 weeks and the EEs are 22. All are red in the face and squatting, as are the light brahmas, but I doubt it's them because they are a slower developing breed. Would a brown EE egg look nearly identical to a Red Star egg? Please say no. I want blue and green eggs from my Easter Eggers! ETA: Oh and we have only seem Red Stars in the nesting boxes, where all the eggs were laid. I can't tell my 3 red girls apart, so I have no idea if I'm looking at the same chicken each time!