Our lovely Queen B laid her first clutch today and boy am I relieved! She was bred to Hulk on October 18th and so when she didn't lay last weekend I started to worry but she was drinking, eating well and passing healthy stools so I watched and waited...giving her lots of privacy. I started reading over any info I could find and was advised to #1 very gently feel her abdomen for eggs assessing to see if there was any in a position to obstruct the cloaca. I felt very little round balls all high up and not in the vent area... #2 to change her lay bin to a black 2 gallon flower pot instead of the clear sterilite bin I had and #3 gestation can go as long as 6 weeks so keep feeding her all she'd take of food gut loaded and dusted with calcium... I did this but I was planning a trip to the vet if she hadn't laid by next weekend or changed her behavior....then Thursday she started going down to the bottom half of the cage ...Friday...nothing...basking all day...then again Saturday back down... I thought I was gonna die of stress myself! Until yesterday morning when she was not on her favorite perch or even visible when I went in to feed the boys and the frogs... I fed quickly and didn't go in again until evening when I peeked thru an outside window and saw a very dirty lizard chilling in her basking spot... I went in and saw 1 egg on the surface of the dirt and a second very small unfertilized egg on the cage floor. The dirt was otherwise smooth as silk... I offered her food and she chowed down! I am so ecstatic that she's gonna be ok and beside myself with excitement to dig, count and start incubating her eggs! I shared this for others to read and maybe not freak out if any of this applies to them! And also to thank those that posted the information that helped me Stay Calm and Keep Herping!