A panicked hello from Idaho. It is day 23 on my bantam eggs, and, out of five, a Blue Laced Red Wyandotte has already hatched, and the little sweetie is running around the brooder acting like a chick. The other three eggs were early quitters, and didn't make it past lockdown. I figured this one suffered the same fate, as I thought I saw a blood ring when I candled it. I gently opened it at the top of the air cell. I could see a fully developed chick through the membrane, poked it a little, and it moved. Right now it is on a clean damp towel in a tupperware container, in the incubator. The yolk hasn't been absorbed yet, either. I feel like a complete moron right now... please tell me there is something more I can do to make sure this little one makes it. This is my first time hatching eggs, and I already feel terrible about the other three. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!