Okay, I know most of you say don't touch the eggs after 18 days. I have 5 under a broody and she's still turns the eggs, moves off them for 5 minutes a day. Yesterday was day 21 for me, so this morning at 6:57 while she was off her nest eating, I checked the eggs. I have internal pips I can see the beak clear as day inside the air-cell, pecking away. I marked the eggs with a pencil on site where the beak was hitting. Now, I wont touch them. Thing is, if humidity is an issue, why would mama still remove herself off the eggs and continue turning them? I didn't sleep much last night. I sat the hamper next to my bed and she moved around alot last night, scratching and making nest larger. When I woke, she had moved her eggs a few inches over and was facing another direction. Nature works in amazing ways, but I promise NOT to touch anymore. I know all are alive and we have internal pips. I just don't understand why they continue to turn eggs if it's dangerous to the peep? But anyways....Lets put our party hats on and get ready for and don't forget about she is doing a great job.