when I move them around the yolk and baby don't move around its like they are attached to the shell but your right I looked up videos of handling and it seems normalThey're fine. It's far too early for them to be stuck.
I guess what I need from you is to describe why you think they're stuck. They really are not free floating in there so if you move the egg the embryo doesn't move with it. It's in a fixed position to protect it from bumps and bangs.
well for the first 4 days the embryo was floating around in the shell when I would turn it the baby would always end up pointed up but now its attached itself inside it shell. Is that normal? like the baby isn't exactly attacked it just seems the yolk is attached the baby flops about but still stays in the same spotI know I am, I've hatched a ton of peeps in incubators over the years.
If you see an embryo moving around that means the air cell is blown and peep more than likely won't hatch. Some do but it's not common.