After wintering my hive with a single deep, I started feeding them a few weeks ago as the hive was getting pretty light on honey. The queen has been pretty active making brood though, and when I checked them today, there was A LOT of activity at the front of the hive. May have been orientation flight but it scared me a bit as I thought they might be showing pre swarm behavior. Upon opening the hive, it seemed much more full of bees than the last time I checked. Probably 8 - 8.5 frames full of bees and LOTS of brood. There was probably only 3 or so full frames of capped honey though. I was a bit unsure if I should put a second deep on given the small amount of honey but, since we are getting into swarm season, wanted to make sure that that I was covering my bases. I ended up putting on the second deep. I moved the middle brood frame up to the 2nd deep and replaced it with an empty one underneath. I saw that the queen was on the one that I moved up so I did it carefully. Now im a bit nervous that I put the second deep on too soon as, even though the 1st deep had 8 frames drawn out and a full load of bees, they were light on honey. Did I do the right thing or the wrong thing in this case? If it was too early, what should I do now? Thanks!