The eggs I have in the incubator are supposed to hatch on Saturday. When I got home from work yesterday, I went to check on the duck eggs (my neighbor was mowing his hay field and ran over a nest of 12 mallard eggs - 3 eggs weren't broken, so they are now in my incubator too). Anyway, I saw that one of the guinea eggs had a crack. I thought someone may have hit it or something and cracked it. So, I picked it up and a beak was sticking out, and she (wishful thinking) was chirping her head off. Well, the eggs are still in the turning racks, so I put her in the hatching drawer to finish getting out of the egg. After a few hours, I go check on her and she's made it out! Well, the supposed "non_slip" sheets that come in the drawer are slippery. Poor little thing has splayed legs. I was so sad and so angry that they market those as non-slip. I taped her legs up and she seems to be getting around ok now. I hope this band-aid works. She's also very lonely since her friends won't be here for a few days. She has a mirror and small stuffed animal, but cries when we walk away from her box. I'll keep you updated and try to get a picture of her up. I think she's a lavender, but I'm not as good as Peeps on colors.