This plants obviously are not baobabs. (I was just hoping some of you would get the reference and accept that as a reasonable excuse for lengthy absences and silences).
In my kitchen windowsill I have tomato plants (and a couple spider plants). Some of our terribly healthy, natural and organic, and prone to go bad quickly tomatoes decided to sprout inside their skins so we planted them. They've been inching along for months but took off quickly since I repotted them with fresh soil that is all enriched with vitamins, minerals, and artificially fruit-flavored sugar soaked grains, or whatever the plant equivalent of cereal might be.
Thing One and his father are very good about checking their moisture needs, talking to them, and positioning them for maximum sunshine. So far, they are not dead which means they are miracle plants. We plan to nurse them along carefully indoors so the bugs have some really good snacks in the spring when we put them out.