I set 2 of my son's silkie's pullet eggs. One quit, and the other one is pipped! I am at a bit of a dilemma now. I know it's not good to set pullet eggs, as the shell can be to small for the chick, but my son (4 y/o ) would have nothing doin' with eating or shipping these eggs! So I went ahead and set those two, thinking they were probably not fertile anyway. Well they were, obviously, and now I don't know what to do? It had just a small pip, then the pip turned into a crack. The egg was rocking like crazy, then just stopped. I hate helping chicks hatch, as it seems that most I help die anyway. So what would you do? I'm almost certain the chick is too big to turn, it hasn't zipped at all, and it has pipped and cracked the shell. So, in your opinion, should I help it out or let it go? I'm almost positive it won't be able to hatch on its own, and my 4 y/o will be heartbroken!