Aunt Hattie, I'm a terrible, terrible influence, and you should never do what I do.
But, here's what I did. I found Dolphin hatched at 8am. The kids were doing end of level testing, and I didn't want to disrupt that very much. So, I left it in the incubator until they finished and then went out to recess, around 10:45am. While they were out, I got the brooder set up, and then took the chick out of the incubator. I know you're not supposed to open the incubator when other eggs are pipped, but I've never had any issues with shrink wrapping with my brinsea. I've heard enough horror stories that I'm scared to tell anyone else to do that though.
I didn't name the eggs, though I'm cracking up at the names. I let the first graders pick the names. So, we have:
Erin (this is the first name of one of the teachers, incidentally)
At about the time they named Fred, I begged them to give the last egg a girly name- I don't want a whole bunch of roosters!!!