When you are trying to help one out of a shell, I've read you all saying that if you see blood, you should stop. When you say that, do you mean a bit of blood inside the membrane? I have one that has been pipped (I mean, a wide hole and nothing else) since early yesterday morning. I realized that I don't *think* it's the beak that is sticking out. It looks more like a wing piece. So I tried to chip just a little of the shell off. I can see just a bit of redish pink within the membrane. I'm not sure if it's blood or something else. He's trying to come out the narrow end of the egg, too. So should I stop for a bit? Also, I have one that was shaking and peeping furiously but now is still and I don't feel any movement. There is no pip. Is it gone, you think?