Okay, today is day 11 (or I believe so). We placed the eggs 4 pm on Saturday May 1st. Didn't start turning them until the next day, as advised. So tonight we candled for the first time since setting them and some look promising, some don't, and 2... well... they... we can't tell. We can't tell if we're seeing the veins or not, and we see these dark spots (small) to one side of each of them. They are Mille Fluer eggs. So very small and hard to tell. We can see an air pocket, but we don't really think we're seeing any veins, and those spots... we don't know what they are. We marked them with question marks so we know they are questionable. What do you guys think it is? Could it be possible the spots are the baby chicks? But if so, shouldn't they be bigger? And why are they to the side? They are about the size of the top of a pinkie, if that... maybe smaller. And the rest of the area is kind of cloudy looking, with one tip of the egg having the air pocket. We are also questioning the air pockets. Aren't they supposed to be at the larger end? We have them sitting in an egg carton and tilt them every day 3 times per day. All of them seem to have the air pockets at the smaller end... well, all but one. One looks right. It's an Orpington egg, and we can definitely see the veins VERY well. Also, the temperature has unfortunately been fluctuating. Between 98 - 102, averaging 100 most of the time. So, our questions again are: 1) Is today definitely day 11? 2) What do you think those spots are in the Mille Fluer eggs? 3) Is it okay for the air pockets to be in the smaller end? 4) With the air pocket at the smaller end, should we be prepared to help the babies hatch so they don't drown? 5) How off will the hatching be with the temperature fluctuating from 98 - 102 (averaging 100)? Thank you to all who respond!