One chick is out (yes yes, pics are coming!), but I just realized a mistake I made in setting up for lockdown. I put the carton on top of a Gladware container lid to keep it from wicking moisture from below. But now the chick is on the Gladware lid and there's no footing! He can't seem to get up and move away from it, because his feet keep slipping. I have two pips in there and three eggs that haven't started yet. Should I reach in as quick as can be and get him out, and put him in the brooder? He is *mostly* dry. Or leave it be and hope for the best? Or reach in and try to get the lid out of there (which would take slightly longer, but would have the advantage of removing the problem for future chicks)? Help!