My lettuces are starting to look like lettuces, too. They're all in a clump as they self-seeded, but I've found lettuces can usually sort themselves out.
I've thinned out my carrots, leaving the biggest, strongest looking carrots where they were, I transplanted the very smallest few to other tubs in the garden and moved the medium-sized carrots further apart in the carrot tub. Carrots hate being transplanted, it's really their least favourite thing to do, so I watered them in with seaweed solution to ease the shock. I will be surprised if the smallest carrots recover, but at least they have a chance... when I say "smallest", I mean this size:
See that little red-orange thing? That's a carrot!
I sprinkled some more dirt in the carrot tup to cover up the exposed part of their roots, so now my carrots look like this:
Well that's actually much blurier than I thought it was when I took it. Really my carrots are not blurry at all, but they do have a lovely crop of green fluff.
I removed the mini greenhouse from my chilli today and moved the pot into the main part of the garden. It's now this big:
The other new plant babies I have are strawberries. I got this handy little all-in-one greenhouse from Kmart:
What's going on in your garden? :-)