It's been an eventful few weeks so here goes! On the 12th June, I collected the eggs from the girls' nest as usual but noticed that when Honey came back inside she went over to the nest and seemed to be looking for her eggs! I told my mum because we always tell each other interesting duck things. The next day she did the same thing! I decided to put the eggs back in the nest to see if she'd sit on them and she did! So I left them and told my mum, who actually said she was happy I did because she felt bad when I told her Honey was looking for her eggs the day before. We had agreed to let them sit if they ever decided to so we thought we'd see how it went. For about 17 days, Honey, Nugget and Phoebe all had a go sitting on the nest. We let them keep a maximum of 6, after various taking out cracked ones. We were left with 5 when one was infertile. The eggs were being sat on as they were laid and were being left for a couple of hours a day when the girls went outside but they still developed, though as they were being incubated as they were laid, some were more developed than others. Unfortunately, after these 17ish days, I went in to check the eggs and they were quite cool. I warmed them up myself in my t-shirt and put them back and Honey sat on them. The next day, they were also cool but warmer than the day before, so I did the same, put them back and didn't notice anyone sit but left them anyway. The next day I felt them and they were cold. I made the decision to bring them inside, even though we are not at all set up to incubate inside. I couldn't let the eggs die after getting over half way! I brought them inside, wrapped them in a scarf and put them under a desk lamp. I have been candling the eggs pretty much every day which leads to my first question, is it okay to candle every day!? It's just so fascinating and cute! Plus it also lets me see if they're doing okay. One of the eggs smelled really bad so I removed it, so we're left with 4. The first egg was laid on 13th June, so due date will be 11th July, only a week to go! But a lot can happen in a week... as I've found out! :S They all seem to be moving at the moment. The main issue I have is humidity (the desk lamp actually seems to be working okay for temperature). I think it's probably really low at the moment, as the eggs are just on my floor in a scarf with a desk lamp on them. I think I saw somewhere you can use a mist sprayer... Could I spray the scarf a little bit? Would that work? Me and my mum would really like at least one to hatch! It would be so sad to have nothing come of both the ducks' and my efforts!