I've been gone to Ireland for the past 10 days, Just back last night.
Right before I left, it was warm so I went down to the hive and dug around a bit. I had put on a hive top feeder and they were hitting it during warm days. I found the queen trotting around on one of the frames checking out cells. I didn't see any eggs or brood though at that time. They have pollen and syrup right now, but they did a bang up job in the fall getting set up.
I'm waiting for another warm day so I can see if they have started any brood. They have plenty of food, honey, pollen, etc. . .
Frank Lagrant is a great resource. Very nice guy with alot of info. I'm getting another nuc from him this spring also.