Wednesday, April 18, 2012

V is for Victory!

Since the motor on the incubator stopped working (again) I started flipping the eggs and when I was flipping them about an hour ago I saw these!

I immediately started freaking out (in a good way) and started jumping up and down, they aren't even due till tomorrow! 
Yay! Victory!

On this one you have to look realy hard because the picture didn't turn out very well, see that criss-cross of light on the right side? Thats a crack!
You can feel them moving and peeping and all that good stuff!
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14 comments:

VBR said...

V is for living vicariously through your posts! I love to come and visit to see what your little feathered beauties are up too. Can't wait for the new arrivals!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Oh how exciting!

Sue said...

Pretty thrilling stuff!

=)

Tracy said...

How amazing to witness new life

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

That is quite a victory! Can't wait to see the new arrivals!

Jake said...

Dropping by from Alphbe-Thursday to say hi!
great selection for today's letter!

Laurel's Quill said...

Peeps!! My Dad used to incubate eggs too..it was a fun time watching and waiting.

Dominique Goh said...

That's really cool..the egg still hatching even though the incubator is broken. Can't wait to see the new chicks.

jen said...

So exciting! Can't wait to see!

Nancy Claeys said...

Happy for you Yolanda. :)

Judie said...

What a sweet experience, Yolanda!!

Cheryl D. said...

I remember going to a museum in Chicago where you can see chicks hatching out of eggs. I thought I actually see them emerge. Little did I know that you're lucking if you see the egg move at all! Hatching is an extremely slow process--very hard work on the chick!

Annesphamily said...

Such an interesting thing, life. Love watching it! Great photos! Have a terrific Sunday!

Jenny said...

How exciting!

It must be a Very cool exerience to watch new chicks spring to life!

Wonderful post for the letter "V"!

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