Hello Hatching friends! This is our 3rd hatch in our homemade incubator which we hand turn. First 2 batches hatched had pretty high success rates....But this batch had temps and humidity up and down throughout. We did have 2 chicks hatch out without much effort on day 21 & 22. This Easter egger pipped with what seems like his wing sticking out....and not at the larger / air sac end, but closer to middle. I could see his beak so I knew he was getting air. I left him be until this morning (20 hours) as he didn't zip or move at all and looked like he was stuck with his wing. Please see pictures. ***My question is what should I do tomorrow if he hasn't made any more progress? It will be 48 hours by noon. He is chirping, especially when I took him out those 3 times to help and wet him down. It is hard to figure out what end he is sitting but I believe he is backwards and his legs are poised to kick out large end? What should we do if he makes it through the night without breaking out. I imagine his ?wing? may be injured...? It is quite possible I intervened too early as while I was chiping away so carefully just the shell, i hit a tiny bit of blood, so it seems he hadn't absorbed his yolk and blood vessels yet. I did put him back in the incubator really fast and he seemed to recover.... Thanks for your ideas and sharing your experiences!