Hi to my new friends!! I did a bit of searching, but I am kinda in emergency mode. I thought after 21 days they would hatch or not, until this morning I read on here about folks having to help sometimes. I do not have a hygrometer and I am pretty sure that I screwed up the humidity. Last night (day 22) one pipped and I left it alone and this morning it hadn't changed and I assume it is dead. Reading on here this morning led me to help two out of their shells. The first one has been lying down or trying to get upright. It seems strong and is still cheeping, however it is still attached to the yolk sac and a bit of shell. Should I leave it alone and let it sort itself out or tug a bit on the remaining shell? The second chick is still sitting in 1/3 of its' shell and doesn't seem too motivated to get itself out. Should I help it further as I did with the first one? Her head is up and she is cheeping, but just not anxious to get out. The strong outer membrane, next to the shell, was much more leathery than I expected and I think my humidity was too low. I peeled most of the membranes off of the chicks, both the outer white one and the clear ones next to the chicks. Any help on getting these kids on their feet would be much appreciated. If this is already posted somewhere I apologize. Like I said, I am in a bit of a crisis mode. Thank you.