Our OE bantam has been in the house as a full-time incubator... she's well-fed, happy, spoiled etc... Yesterday, a beautiful little Ameracauna baby hatched.. and she is being a GREAT Momma-- EXCEPT.... She is now no longer interested in the 2 remaining eggs! They were all put under her the same day, BUT were laid at different times and "held" until there were 3.... we THINK this one was "sat on" for a day or 2 by our silkie, so was "ahead" of the other 2... she hatched on "our" day 18.... We feel movement in one of the 2 eggs... and do not want to just give-up and let them die... and she only takes em back for a few minutes.. then gets up and moves. We tried candling to be sure we're not wasting our time, but the shells are so dark & Thick we can't see thru them at all (even when fresh) Should we put them in the 'bator? My daughter has followed the lead of the WONDERFUL "chicken Lady" here who hatched in her bra.. and is keeping them warm.. but it is a temporary solution... Help!