**whew** Thanks! These are brown, too. And I have only been candling them for about 10 seconds once every other day, not wanting to disturb them. They move into the hatching bator tomorrow when I get home from work. I'm so nervous.
Do you know that feeling, like getting onto a real scary roller coaster and the rail shuts into place and locks? And you know you're going and that's that, no turning back? That's where I am.
I seldom see movement in my last candling but all im really looking for is if they are clear or not. I candle between day 7 and 10, then i candle them when i take them out of the bator to move them to the hatcher.
I don't think there's much movement because, well, there just isn't much ROOM for movement!
I candled mine on Saturday night, and it was really hard to see any movement at all. They're packed in there so tight! You have to watch very carefully. Well, I have two eggs pipping this morning... you can imagine my excitement! It's all I can do to keep my grubby mitts off the babies... I want to see them NOW! LOL! But I'm not touching them. Nope... just let 'em ride...