Ok, guys, first time hatching ducklings. I presently have one cayuga and one welsh harlequin trying to come into the world. Yesterday was day 28 and they started pipping. They sat there for 12 hours-still chirping, etc- without making any progress. Here's where I probably messed up. I got some tweezers and widened their hole a little bit. I read online that you could help them by pinching pieces off in a circle. I know now that they meant, a circle around the end, like a can opener, but I misunderstood at the time. They are still breathing, chirping, yawning, sticking their tongue out and wriggling around, but we are at the 36 hour mark and they still haven't progressed much. It's KILLING me. I can still see yolk in their eggs so I assume they are resting and absorbing it. However, I'm worried because I CANNOT get the humidity in their incubator above 50. I have the incubator in the bathroom so I have been running the shower super hot to fill the room with steam and get the humidity up and I have wet sponges and paper towels in their incubator. I'm worried that they are too dry and that they can't move around or that my widening their hole disoriented them or somehow made it harder for them to move the way they need to. Right now I'm just taking a hands-off approach but I don't know when should I worry? When should I help? What should I do???