You are doing fine. Do you have them in 2 10 or 8 frame deeps below the medium super? Are they drawn out yet? If not, I would pull off the super and feed 1:1 sugar water to get that drawn out in the deeps. They won't draw anything now. I am just down the road from you and we are entering the summer dearth. No nectar coming in = no wax being made to draw out frames unless you feed. But you don't want to feed with a honey super on because then you will harvest thick sugar water. Hopefully there will be a good goldenrod flow this late summer/fall. If your deeps are drawn out and full, then your bees will fill/draw the supers with goldenrod/asters this fall. You'll know when they are by the smell of your hives. I always take any honey in the supers off and have never had a hive starve the past 2 winters. Others may have a different take on that.