I had eggs due the 8th and 10th. Well I needed to care for one of the chicks, so while I was in the steamy bathroom (humidity was 85% in the bathroom) I candled the eggs due tomorrow and found that all but 1 had HUGE air cells, like half the egg. I saw movement within the aircells, like the chicks were kicking around in there and all were moving, but is this going to cause a problem? They've been in 70+% humidity since the older eggs went into lockdown and the eggs continued to lose water. Are these chicks going to be shrink-wrapped? The air cell membrane is so low that I can see the contours of the chicks' bodies.