So I've incubated several batches of eggs this summer, but this is my first one to result in a chicky. This morning (day 21) my dh heard some peeping from the bator, it was only piped internally, so we couldn't tell which one, but it made me so excited. Then, of course, I had to leave town for the afternoon/evening. This evening my dh came home from work and called to tell me one of the chicks was out and running around. I was so excited because I had started with 34 eggs, and was down to only 3. So I'm the new mommy of an adorable (extremely vocal) cochin chick. I'm still hoping his constant chatter will result in one of the other chicks deciding they want to come out and join him. He's to tiny, I can hardly believe how small he looks on my hand. Tomorrow if I don't have any more pips I'll probably try piping the air pocket to see if anything is still going on inside. By the way, is he going to be black? he came from a BBS and white partial frizzle run.