Hello all...I have a quick question and need serious help! I had 2 silkie eggs hatch last night--needed my assistance. Their membrane had dried half way through hatching and was literally in a, "little straight jacket." After applying warm water with a q-tip, they were able to finish hatching out themselves. Anyhow, the problem is, they keep trying to stand, flop backwards on their backs and squeak, kick and flare their legs. I have hatched many of chicks before and they have fallen over, but were able to use their legs. This is constant! As soon as they go to walk they throw themselves backwards and usually end up on their backs. I thought maybe they had, "spraddle leg" because their one foot seems curled in(not neccesarily sprawled). So I did the band-aid cut in half method and taped them together with a space in between just like the directions all over the internet showed and they are still having trouble standing up. I've given them little drops of sugar water every couple hours, but I'm not sure what else to do. I've been keeping them in my incubator so they could get their feet grounded, but it doesn't seem to be working...ANY ADVICE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!! I'm at my wits end! I had purchased these eggs on e-bay. I have my own silkies as well, but had picked these for their parents and their color. THANKS SO MUCH IN ADVANCE!!! PLEASE HELP!!!!