@LGoldsborough330 - When labs get stuck in a "creating" state, it often indicates that Azure Lab Services is unable to properly allocate VMs to your lab.
I would recommend logging a support ticket so that we can ensure that your subscrition\labs are able allocate the number of VMs for the VM size and region(s) that you need.
While I recommend logging a support ticket, another option you could also try is deleting\recreating the lab which may automatically resolve the issue you're seeing. Also, if your lab is large (such 100+ VMs), you may also restructure the lab into several labs that have a smaller number of VMs in each one. For example, instead of having a lab with 100 VMs, you could create two labs each with 50 VMs. These options work best when your labs aren't using VNet peering (which ties you to a specific region) - if you're not using VNet peering, Azure Labs has greater flexibility to allocate VMs to you within any region of your Lab Account's location\geography.