Little things, like making sure Club Flamingo is set, along with a cuddle buddy for the chicks that the kid donated...
And I did the final turn of the Lot B eggs, placing them down on the floor of the incubator to join the Lot A eggs, plus adding more water to bring up the humidity to 65%.
And damned if I didn't see our first pip, on #15! It's hard to see, but it's on the upper right on the shell and looks like a little half circle. The egg is rocking back and forth and being quite active. No other pips as yet, but several other eggs have been moving!
#15 will probably hatch in about 6-8 hours...maybe a bit more, but those banties are quick little stinkers! When any egg is close to hatch, we'll start the cam!