I went into lockdown with 13 hopeful eggs. I have 9 healthy babies. 1 almost died in hatching, it had pipped and after 12 hours of no other progress, I went to help and saw that it was upside down with both legs wrapped over her head so there was no way she would have been able to get out on her own. She was really weak, but gained strength slowly in the incubator once her head was freed. She is doing really well now. 1 died in hatching, it was upside down and couldn't get out. I should have helped it out sooner but I didn't know it was in that much trouble. I'm really sad to lose this one. I feel that it would have lived if only I had helped sooner, so it's my fault. 3 others all gave up on Day 18. I opened these up today and found them half developed and dead. Really sad about these too. Don't know why they had died. I'm really happy about my 9 healthy ones but need help with dealing with the sorrow I feel for the 4 that didn't make it. Please give me your thoughts. I don't *think* it's incubation issues because 9 came out well. I would love to learn more about why 2 were upside down and in the wrong position. I just want to know what more I can do/change so that this doesn't happen. Thank you!