I didn't think it was gonna be a good day to inspect since it rained quite a bit last night, but it was sunny and 70 degrees. We added a super about a month ago, a bit too soon imo since the hive had only drawn comb on 5 of 10 frames in our langstroth deep. We inspected 2weeks later and saw eggs and brood in both boxes and an overall good pattern.
Today we inspected and found that they have drawn comb in every frame of the super which was filled with young bees and capped and uncapped brood. They were calm and so thick that it was hard to get the frames out, so we headed to the brood box underneath. There we found the 4 frames at the end still had no drawn comb, there were far less bees, brood, and the bees were cranky and stung my husband. On one of the frames we saw a "insurance" cup and what seemed like either drone caps or 2 swarm cells. My husband took a frame from the middle and moved it towards the end to foster more comb building.
The queen is there and def in the top part of the box. We just don't know what to do from here. Should we move the top super to the bottom or just leave it for now since the hive seems strong? We'll be checking again next weekend with hopefully better weather and more confidence.