We have 5 eggs that should be hatching soon (like, tomorrow!) but we're worried that we're not seeing any pips. We candled over the weekend and there was movement and even heard some peeping from a few, but still no pips. These eggs were collected from one of our runner/orpington hatchlings from earlier this year who started laying. The ones we've eaten have had some very thick shells, so we're assuming these eggs might be the same. Will that pose a problem for the ducklings inside? Should we help them out at all? I know a lot of people say to not help, to let them do it on their own, but last time we ignored those recommendations and helped some out (they had ended up positioned backwards in the egg somehow) and now have some wonderful, healthy ducks because of that. The 29th, tomorrow, will be 28 days of incubating. There was a short period of time a week ago when the incubator became unplugged, but these 5 we have left all showed good signs of development. (And the peeping is a pretty clear indicator, I think.) Any recommendations? Thanks in advance!