Lock down was the 22nd and nothing until last night when we finally started seeing two eggs rocking and wiggling, but just barely noticable. How long should I wait before I try to help them if at all? If theyre rocking the eggs does that mean theyre ready to hatch or do they start wiggling before? They may be a little behind because of temp drops and spikes due to this incubator I am using (Little Giant still air) Also if theyre big enough to wiggle should I be able to hear them chirping?? OK! This morning I heard MAJOR chirping but saw no one pipped, so I sat down to wait, just as I sat down I heard a piece of shell hit the bottom of the bator! I looked in to see........ One of the last eggs I expected to pip, had pipped! It was an EE egg, so it had always been too dark to candle! It had a question mark on it! It was with the other eggs on the far side of the bator that werent making progress (so I thought) so I quickly pulled her over to the center of the bator to keep an eye on her. She progressed rather quickly, had the top half off, but part of her wing and her butt(she couldnt kick the bottom off) seemed stuck. So I acted quick thinking since I had no way to monitor the humidity, that maybe she was indeed stuck. So I got my cup that I had washed and sterilized especially for this type of emergency, warm water and a q-tip. The rim of the egg was bloody and there was a blood drop on the bottom of the bator. I dabbed a little water around the edges of the egg. Almost as soon as I set her down in the bator and closed the lid, she kicked the bottom off. Thats when I noticed this: Please tell me that its the umbilical cord and yolk sack! As I was loading the pic, the bottom gelatinus part fell off, but the red bloody thing that looks like a liver is still there. Thing is, the baby is like ALL over the place trying to stand up. How long before it has control over its head? It keeps chirping really loud and doing sommersaults trying to stand.. Is this normal?