Jeremy, I've had ones like that on occasion. Sometimes, I think they get in an unusual position or they just grow a bit too large for the egg at the very end, so he'll be exhausted for a day or two. If he lays there all night, don't sweat it. They can take up to 48 hours to get to their feet when they've been struggling so long. Ladyhawk calls me from time to time to get weather reports or for me to look at a map and advise her. She is near Lincoln, Nebraska. Poor thing, they closed Hwy 80 behind her and in front of her due to snow-they're having record cold temps out west (record heat here in GA). Then the reopened eastbound and they continued. She started last Sunday night, remember? Whew! I am tired just thinking about it.