So I got up this morning to find lots of pips and one hatch. Another trying to get out but kind of hanging limp (is this normal?) over the egg carton. A third just hatched and is still trying to get out of the egg. Since they are all hatching a day early I figured my temperature gauge must be wrong so I got out a more sensitive thermometer and sure enough the temp was over 101. (I know I should have had it in all along but didn't want to leave the hole open for the probe.) So now I've reduced the temp to get it back down to around 100.5 - but I'm wondering should I have done this? Or will I cause more problems by lowering the temp at this point? Oh this is so nerve-wracking!!! On the upside, every one of my shipped blue marans has pipped and two of them are the ones that are out or nearly out.