Well...I was about ready to turn my incubator off this morning as its day 23 and I've had NOTHING NADDA NOPE! I tried candling but that technique went down the drain when I realized I can't see anyways. So I decided its been long enough so I'll just give up and try again. I unplugged my incubator, heard the mail truck at the end of the driveway, went and got my parcel, came back, opened it, CHIRP CHIRP CHIRP.....WHAT IS THAT NOISE!?!?! Frantically searched the house and realized...stupid me...that was a CHICK! ITS ALLLLIIIVEEEEE!!!I have 15 eggs set...and there was one pip'd at this point. That was 11am yesterday. About 5 minutes later another one pip'd. That's been it...all day. I whistle they both chirp. I talk to them they don't talk back. I had to go out this evening and was praying they'd be hatched when I came home....no. Of course not. But still chirping their heads off. So much my bf can't nap on the lounger downstairs HAHA! I decided to check the other eggs to see if there's any pip'ing underneath. Well the first one I rolled over, moved and chirped at me. So I apologized and left it be. Out of 15, 3 are chirpers. The rest, nothing, no tapping even. Boo I know I struggled with temp at first because we had 20+C weather then -5C weather and snow storms...so had to adjust for my furnace kicking in. Not to mention the water level was a wee bit high...probably why its been Day 23 with nope hatched out yet. I guess my question is, where its now 1230am...13 and a half hours...is this normal to be pip'd and chirping like crazy??? I'm sitting on my hands waiting and not about ready to help because I'd be too scared to mess something up!!!! I've got the incubator temp steady at 95F...don't know what the water level is like because I have no hygrometer. And my incubator is just a still air.