I have a mix breed bantam that has been sitting on eggs for just about 14 days now. She stole 2 eggs from our other bantam and hasn't been the worlds best sitter. she would often get up and leave and I would find the egg next to her at night and not under her. i never really expected the eggs to hatch but they did. the first hatched yesterday and i should have taken the chick as soon as she hatched but i wanted her to fluff out with momma before taking her. Bad idea. She let the chick wander off and get killed by the others just before i made it home from work. I left the second egg under her because I didn't have the incubator set up and I didn't know that it would really hatch. It started to pip and peep about 1 and unfortunately momma decided that her job was done and the chick as starting to shrink wrap being left out in the 100+ weather with 2% humidity today when we got home and checked on it at 6. we got her out safely about 8:30 but now she is not doing much & I don't know what to do at all. i looked and some said plastic containers with a wet sponge for humidity but that was when they were hatching & I don't have any plastic containers and the stores in my little town are closed. She has fluffed out about 1% and the rest seems kind of hard now looking like fluff at all. more like we combed her hair down strait. I know she must be tired from struggling for such a long time but I am really worried and need to know if there is anything else that I need to do for her tonight. She is peeping now and still has the last bit of umbilical cord(?) like stuff stuck to her and is trying to stand nut mostly falling over because she is so tired, I'm guessing. I wish I had another broody to put her under but unfortunately my other broody momma hatched out chicks 2 weeks ago so I don't think that would be an option. Please help, I have no idea what to do!