I nearly failed in my first seed-starting attempt because I forgot one important thing: it’s a good idea to have a small fan blowing on the seedlings as soon as they get an inch or two tall. That simulates the outdoor environment a little better and helps them to develop nice strong stalks and not get too spindly.
Mine were WAY spindly and the fan took out a few of them; they may not recover. But some of them, after looking horrible for a couple days, actually look better than ever now. Time to get these babies out in the garden as soon as it warms up. What’s that I hear? Snow in the forecast again?