My hive has been everything but easy. It is my first hive. It was not very productive at all at first, then things picked up. I decided at the end of august that it will still have to be wintered as a single deep. upon an inspection 2 weeks ago, I noticed spotty brood pattern and about 4 queen cells. everything else looked good. I made the decision to requeen. I figured, if the colony is not happy with their queen than I shouldn't be either. The requeening process went very well. Now, the hive is busier than ever and the single brood chamber has really improved greatly. Being very new to all this and knowing very little, I am tempted to put that second super on and chance that they will draw it out and use it. My gut tells me that this is a mistake and there is no way they will be able to draw it out in time without wasting valuable resources to do that. listen to my gut right?