I am coming to the close of a hatch. I have one little one that pipped sometime during the night and created a hole. It always looked odd and dry. The chick had a small hole through the membrane but more of the shell was removed, exposing the membrane. It looked dry. Well, by late afternoon, it was killing me that the chick wasn't making any progress whatsoever. So I got a hot, wet rag and wrapped up with it to keep it warm and tried to pull a bit of the membrane more open so I could rest easier that it could breathe. But it still isn't making any progress on its own. When I poke or pull a little, I see what appears to be blood. I'm so afraid I'm going to do it more harm if I try to help it hatch. 21 days was this past Wednesday. As it turned out, there was a temperature error on my part, so they didn't start hatching until Friday. I had 2 hatch Friday, 2 on Saturday and now this one. The second to hatch has bumble foot. I'm dealing with that. The other 3 hatched just fine. What should I do, if anything? If I help it, what more should I do? The hen was a Marans, so the shell seems tougher than those from the Ameraucana momma. One other Marans has hatched, the other 3 are Ameraucanas.