Ok you seasoned beekeepers I have a question. I just hived four pound packages, one in each brood box. One full frame feeder of 1 to 1 sugar syrup, and a quart of water in a feeder stuck in the bottom entrance, of which they finished by the next morning. The queen was left in the queen cage so they could chew her free. The entrance was blocked completely the first night and opened the second day. Pollen patties were placed on top, which they have started to chew up pretty good. There is a minor spring flow here as there is yellow pollen on everything (walnut, or maples???) Packages were hived april 18, I checked them today april 21. They queens have been freed. I noticed comb forming on about three frames both sides. I didn't see the queens but I expected that. Some of the cells had bright orange pollen? in the base, from the flow I expect? Is this average or normal? I didn't see any capped brood but the bees were covering the frames pretty good. THe frame feeders were down about two inches, which i refilled. Im as nervous as a new parent. Any suggestions or thoughts on normal development would be appreciated.