This is my second time incubating, and I ordered Serama hatching eggs off of Ebay only reading afterward that apparently Serama eggs are quite hard to hatch, especially when shipped. My last hatch was not shipped but I got 100% hatch, so I was hoping it would tun out ok. I received 14 (ordered 12) and 4 had detached air cells. I set the others and candled at 10 days and found 6 of the 10 were developing. They went into lock down last Wednesday. By last night/this morning I had 4 hatch, but the other two didn't even have pip marks, and I had been suscpicious 1 or 2 were dead when I candled them before lock down. So since they hadn't pipped at all and they are couple days over hatch date I pulled the first one out and candled. There appeared to be a chick but I got zero cheeping or movement. I opened it up and there was a perfectly formed dead Serama chick. Even it's yolk and blood vessels had absorbed, but it was just dead. The only thing I could see that might have been wrong was it seemed to have some moisture or mucus coming from it's nostrils, so I was concerned it had drowned in the high humidity (something I had read was possible). So I pulled the next one and to my surprise I saw a little movement and some faint cheeping. At that point I should have just put the egg back, but thinking of the other one that I thought may have been saved if I had helped it pip (I know it probably would still have died) I chipped a small hole. Then I put if back in the incubator, because I got scared I had done the wrong thing. But I am concerned now about what to do. Do I just leave it alone? Help it hatch? Right now there is a hole in the shell smaller than a dime, but I didn't break the membrane because it seemed like there were still too many blood vessels (which is why I stopped and put it back). Help please!