No, some will spend the night in the hole. Once she comes out and goes back up into the branches your going to mist the enclosure really well. Add a dripper if you do not have one so she has access to water. and offer her food.OK so things changed a bit. I woke up this morning and her little face was once again sticking out of the hole. She had some dirt on her face and I didn’t see her moving. I actually started tearing up fearing she was dead. Then I used my flashlight and saw some eye movement. How long should it take her to push out her eggs? Overnight seems pretty long. I could take her to a vet to have the eggs removed if she’s having trouble. I thought she would push them out and return to the safety of the plants.