Ok. Here it goes. My Ameracunas started to lay eggs a month now. So, yes the eggs are small. Thought I read that small eggs are a waste of time to try hatching, the chick will not survive. ok, I refuse to listen. So, i do have total of 14eggs from 2 Ameracunas. Hatching right now but since, of course, they are days apart. The first one suffocated due to not being able to breath. I felt bad, cause after searching in here, I could have helped. As of now, i have 5 baby Ameracuna chicks alive and hatched and about three wanting to. I have only one Black Australorp hatched as well worth another wanting to hatch. Let me know of I'm wrong in anyway..... I am Not to open the incubator lid because I still have chicks pipping. right? Only open of helping a chick to break through but carefully and as instructed by experience advice threads. Now, since that these very small eggs have produced live baby chicks, Is There anything to worry about? They are tiny compared to the normal sized chicked that's hatched. Also given that I'm not able to open the Bator, what can i do for the ones that have finished drying out and are fluffed? Also, one of my adopted Pilgrims layed and oversized egg. Yes, it's in the bator, but could this be a double yoker as a neighbor told me? Anything that anyone to advise me on is very much appreciated.