First one pipped yesterday morning, and I've been good up until this afternoon. He/she was not making any progress, almost like it was stuck in whatever position it was in, and couldn't even turn to zip. It was peeping, and opening it's beak though. I don't know, maybe I'm wrong, but something didn't seem right, so I helped it a bit. The yolk was completely gone, and I wasn't getting blood from the membrane. When it did break free from the end of the shell, I could see the umbilical area has a small bulge-it doesn't look like intestines are actually "coming out" though. The only thing I can think of was my higher humidity at the beginning of the hatch-my fault The second one was pipped this morning, and really started zipping this afternoon. The whole time I was down there with the first chick, he was working his way around-don't know why I'm calling it a he-maybe cause it seems stronger? I saw it was getting close to actually breaking out, so I run up the 3 flights of stairs-camera in bedroom, lol! And run back down, to find it already out! I have two more pipped, and three not doing anything yet. Everyone who said to not intervene, feel free to me; I feel guilty for doing it now, but at the time, it felt like it needed to be done. My only other concern with the first one, was it's eyes didn't open as soon as the second one's did. I've seen it open them now, but I was worried at first-didn't know if they waited a bit to open eyes or not. Both of them are now stumbling all over the place, I thought they would lie still and rest for awhile Thanks for listening, if you guys make it this far Bare with me as this is my first experience, and I hope to learn from my mistakes, and not do them again.