Hello, I am new to this forum and fairly new to beekeeping (only 2 years) and look forward to learning from more experienced bee keepers. I have a question about putting drawn comb in my first brood box. I bought a #5 box of bees and installed them 2 weeks ago. Since the queen had only been with the bees 24 hours, I waited 3 days before replacing the cork with a marshmallow. I found her two days ago and eggs are being laid. I had started the brood with about 4 frames with propolis and a little capped honey and all but two of the frames were drawn comb in the center. I also gave them sugar syrup. I'm wondering if so many drawn combs are a problem, since they seem to be laying up sugar water honey in nearly all the drawn comb. Am I leaving too little work for the bees to do? My queen is laying in the second frame from the end and the two empty frames in the center have no comb drawn at all. That seems a little odd to me. Will she have enough room to lay since they've filled the frames with honey? Thank you for any help you can be.