I have three eggs in my incubator currently hatching, but unfortunately it is not as straight forward as it seemsYou see my Wyandotte hens started sitting last month for the first time, one day when I went down on the morning they were having a break so I had a quick peep and saw only two eggs, I thought well it's only two but hey at least they're sitting! anyway Saturday 20th I went down and ta daa there was a chick sat under one of them hooray!this is my third time hatching under a broody hen I left him tor dry off then went to collect him later on (as the first time I let my hens hatch chicks they were too rough and killed them all) as I lifted her up to retrieve him I realised she had three unhatched eggs under her!I know they don't continue to lay after raising there body temp normally. Anyway I candled them and they all looked happy so I left them for her to hatch. I checked under her again on Tuesday to see if she was sat on any chicks and she had an extra three eggs! This was when I decided to take them off her and kick her out of the nest box as I value mothers life more than unborn chicks (sorry babies) and she was getting thin and going bald from constantly sitting and if I let her she would be sitting for at least another month. Anyway i sorted the eggs and put the original three in my incubator (first time using it) I had no idea about they're exact age. last night at 4:30 (ish) one of the eggs pipped! yeyand the other rolling around. I put them into lock down and left them overnight as I know not too help them in case they haven't absorbed the yolk or dried all the blood vessels. It is not 11:30 am the next day about 19hours later I think??? I'm no good at math) and they're still as they were last night one has pipped but no further :/ and the other two haven't pipped. I am wondering what to do? should I still leave the or help the one that has pipped? the one that has pipped is still moving so the chick is still alive, one of the others is moving too but the third hasn't moved all morning :/ any advice?