We are first timers at this and are definitely learning as we go, so please bare with me! We just had our first chicks to hatch this weekend in our homemade incubator and got 5 babies. They are all doing fine except the very last one to hatch. It peeps and appears healthy, except it's head looks bigger than the other chicks, and it's feet look smaller. It's end toes are curved in, just a little bit, but definitely not anything like the pictures of curved toes/feet that I have seen. When it stands up or tries to walk, it seems like it is just too top-heavy for it's little feet to hold it up, so it just wobbles forward a little and lays back down. It can take tiny little wobbly steps to get to where it wants, but it definitely is having more trouble than all the others. Is this common at all or has anyone else experienced this kind of thing? I really hope it just grows out of it and is able to survive. This egg was from a hen of ours that we LOVED who was killed by a dog. We had already refrigerated the eggs, not planning to hatch any, but after a few of our chicks (and the only rooster) died, we figured we'd give it a shot with some refrigerated eggs to replace those that we lost. (Really, what did we have to lose by trying, right?) I honestly didn't think it would work, but 5 of the 8 "fridge eggs" we incubated hatched and all but this one looks perfectly fine and healthy!