I posted earlier cause my chicks hatched this morning, and before I left for work they both looked good. I did notice something hanging under the one chick, but I thought it was just it's yolk sac. Then my 9 year old called me at work and told me she could see his intestines hanging underneath him. As soon as I got home I saw that she was right, it IS the baby's intestines, and they appear to be wrapped around his one foot. It's a beautiful little baby, and I know there probably isn't much I can do, if anything, to help it, but I can hope, right? I read somewhere that people have tucked the intestines back up into the baby and then wrapped the chick in a moist papertowel. Does that really work? This baby seems to be getting stronger, though it isn't as strong, or vocal, as the first chick that hatched. A third egg, one of the pale blue ones, has a portion of shell missing, and I'm not sure if it started to hatch, or if one of the other chicks bumped into it and some of the shell broke, but I don't see that chick moving inside the shell. Any advice anyone? Or should I just wait and let nature take it's course? This is my first hatch and I am unsure what to do. Please help! Thank you everyone!