Well, I figured I'd post an update and state what I'm doing right now. A lot of the eggs fell out, I think a cricket I had put in there for the mom managed to tear a hole in it, so they were tumbling out. I removed the egg sac, collected the eggs and the rest of the sac and made a makeshift eggsac. The bottom is some tissue paper ( not like toilet paper, that stuff is too hairy) and I didn't want it to be too absorbant so I put it on that tissue like paper. I made a little disk bowl out of the paper and put the eggs in the remaining eggsac in the center, then put the rogue eggs in the bowl inside the sac, then covered it with the original outer eggsac silk by stretching it out over the edge of my paper bowl and anchoring it there. Then I got some moist cotton balls and stuck them in one end of a plastic box tube and put the eggsac on the other end. I closed the container ( It's a container where you can slide one end into the other to make it smaller or longer depending on how far you push it) I put that container in an area where it's a bit warmer than the room temperature to make sure it was kinda humid to get moisture inside the box so they wouldn't dry out.
I was worried they were going to die the first two days I had them in this set up, but it looks like they are growing, about 10 minutes ago I checked on them and it looks like they broke the egg shell...material and are beginning to look like they are developing. This morning they looked like eggs ( ballish with hints of legs, butt and head) but now they kinda look like facehuggers.. I'm not sure what dried out eggs with legs look like, but I'm assuming they wouldn't look shiny if they were dried and dead. Thankfully the spiderlings look glossy and roundish. I'm hoping they will keep developing!
I kinda based this on what the tarantula people do with pulled eggsacs...soo...I hope I'm not making a huge mistake. If anyone has any experience with this sorta thing with true spider eggs...tips would be very welcome!