So about 10 months ago my grandfather lost his battle with lung cancer that he had been having for over 8 years. I was really upset about it, but things have gotten better. On one uplifting note, when my father and I were cleaning out his house and garage we found a small wooden box. Inside of the box was a cannabis pipe, some seeds, a clip, papers, and some ancient bud! My dad and I have only recently discovered that we both smoke, and have started smoking together, but unfortunately my dad said that he never knew my grandpa smoked. So he never ot to experience the joy of smoking with his father, like I get to enjoy with mine. The uplifting note is regarding the seeds. There were probably 30 or so seeds in the little film canister. I don't know how old the seeds were and some looked to be in poor condition. I attempted to germinate them all and 18 of them have grown into little seedlings. This is the first time I've tried to grow, but things are going well so far I think. The biggest problem I am having so far is that the stems aren't growing straight up, but they're in direct sunlight for 8 hours a day and indirect for another 6 or 7. Some of them are on their second set of leaves and most already have one set beyond their cotyledons. Some are growing straight up but others are just growing to the side. They were planted from germination about 3 weeks ago and are anywhere from 10cm to 2 cm tall. Is this normal? should they be stunted so much?