I see that it can take forever from pip to hatch, or at least waiting, we did see the little beak move once, but not since, the hole is small, nothing sticking out yet. Is this normal? This is our first ever hatch, what can go wrong has and we have lost every single fully developed chick so far, a real mess. This one has been in lock down for 3 days and appears it is ready to go, just hope it progresses, it pipped some time after 4 today, so it has been 4 1/2 hours with this little hole and we only saw it move once. Do they rest this long? It is gonna be a long night, after losing 20 chicks who were live at lockdown, we are so hopeful for this one and the few more left that could hatch. (I messed up by having staggered age chicks, not good hygrometers or temperatures, too much humidity, then too little, a temperature spike, opened the incubator, etc., all first time mess ups by not reading anything before trying this). So sad to see all of our beautiful little silkies fully developed that didn't make it on the day of hatch. Please give us hope that this first pip that we've seen, is normal. My daughter is already gathering more eggs to try again, but if one of these don't make it, I don't know if I can take this again. We had 100% fertile eggs to start, only 2 had red rings, the rest made it to hatch (and never internally pipped).