Autumn, the second chick, just finished hatching. It was an assisted hatching, just because I was so worried about it being a green egg. They sometimes have too thick shells for chicks to hatch, and more then one chick from the green eggs have died shortly before or shortly after hatching.
Autumn was encouraged by the sound of her sibling, Breeze, and her mother's gently calls. Every few hours I pulled her out and opened the egg up more, but I gave her the chance to reposition herself on her own if she wanted.
She bled pretty bad when I accidentally nicked a vein, but she seems strong and lively. I slipped her carefully back under her mother and removed the smelly egg shell (her mother had pooped on it and plugged some of the breathing holes).
I hope they are both strong and healthy in the morning.
Best of luck to you all!