The Serama hen starts to incubate her eggs on the afternoon of May 8th. Total of 7 eggs are laid; one got broken, so there are 6 left. In the next few days, I'll attempt to candle those eggs to see if they are fertile or not. I also have incubator setup to stand by just in case, but I'll let the hen does her work and let's nature take its course. Hopefully three weeks later, I can see some beautiful chicks emerge!
Update: First attempt of candling the eggs today 05/13/2010 and first time ever doing it didn't yield any good result. I know there is only about 4 days after incubation so if there is any development in the eggs it would be hard to see. I did not see any thing inside the eggs. They looks just like those commercial chicken eggs that I can buy from supermarket. Few days later, I candle those eggs again and they all are infertile or might be die at very early development. I'll put the next batch of eggs into the incubator.