Generally speaking I think most people will tell you not to split up the brood like that. You have really 3 more months of good, warm weather, lots of opportunity for the girls to draw foundation AND build up their stores in both boxes.
I would say, probably no need to have moved those frames. You put a frame of undrawn foundation in it's place - right? That doesn't help the queen for laying, she needs to have that drawn before she can lay, and now the nurse bees need to move themselves up into the top box to tend to the brood moved up there. Maybe next time you're in the hive move those frames back. But probably not doing any real harm, but no real good either.
I know how you feel about being alone in this. I don't know of any beekeepers up in this area either, think it would be a huge help though!