Hey, everyone! Need some help. I'm not new to owning T's just new to one having eggs, lol. My daughter who works at a pet store, bought me my first Tliltocatl albopilosus. She was ordered and came in from the breeder then unexpectedly five days ago laid a double clutch of eggs. One she has cocooned and the other she has left in a corner of the critter keeper she came home in and still lays over and guards. I have done loads of research/video watching on egg sacs, care, incubation, fertilized vs unfertilized, pulling of the sac, etc. I do have a beautiful 20 gallon terrarium completely set up for her to live in with all the comforts of home. Right now with the egg situation her critter keeper is sitting inside her bigger home with the lid off while she and her eggs and egg sac remain inside the keeper. I continue to give her fresh water and food in the keeper so she doesn't try to eat the eggs. I don't think the eggs that she didn't cocoon are viable, they look like one giant blob that is starting to mold on the bottom now....So, I can't find anything about relocating a mom T and an egg sac or just leave her in the small container for the next 25 days or so and pulling the sac. Her keeper is just big enough for her and a water dish but not a hide. I do think this is kind of keeping her a bit stressed despite leaving her alone otherwise. I know she is capable of climbing on the side of the keeper so she could leave but I don't think she wants to leave her eggs. Should I just leave her to make her own decision or relocate her and her egg sac?