Don’t remove anything at this stage it’s all learning. You’re doing good. At least you’re going into your hive and checking it out.
Wait a couple of weeks and when you go in next time. Be prepared to potentially stagger your frames. Meaning, the frames that have drawn out comb, put a blank frame in between.
I would suggest that will be 2 frames or so with more capped brood on them already. I would leave those adjacent to each other in the bottom box toward the middle. They will be easier for the girls to keep a cluster and keep them warm. And give the Queen another area to lay eggs, as soon as they’re hatched. Otherwise would stagger the frames.
I’m looking to be corrected. Others are reading this, especially Eva , which I trust impeccably.
I am just very pleased and surprised on what I have learned over my past 3.5/4 years of doing this, it sounds like I might know what I am attempting to do.