Well Elizabeth finally finished her first shed with us and it clearly was not a good one. It came off in several pieces. We have the coconut husk down in her cage and we were spraying it several times a day to keep it moist. But still no luck. I have the type of cage that has the half glass, half screen. We do have a hide spot, a huge pool for her and a big tree limb so she had things to rub on. I read on here that you should give them warm baths, so we did that twice a day. Now I don't know about your snakes, but mine DOES NOT like the bath. In fact you could look at her and tell exactly what she was thinking....who knew a 2 month old knew that type of language! But we did have another first in the bath tub.....she finally poo'd too. I cannot belive that I am a full grown woman excited cause my snake poo'd. But we are done now....and next time I will try the moss box. Another thing I noticed about her is that she loves to be held. She just wants to hang out with us for hours on end and sometimes doesnt even want to go back in her cage. I think she is spoiled already!!! She will hang with my husband until I come around and then when she sees me she will try to come over to me. Now I did not think that snakes would know the difference between us. She also has her favorite spots on different people. For my son it is around his neck, for me it against my chest by my heart, and my husband it is wrapped around his watch. She also has never hissed or struck at us and maybe I don't know the signs yet but it seems beyond her to ever hurt us. Very affectionate snake!! Just amazed with her, I am learning so much. I just don't see how people can freak out about these snakes!