I checked the Conophytum and Lithops pots when I got home today and was delighted to see little lime-green specks in one of the pots! I'm pretty sure they are baby Conophytum. I didn't label the pots but I put the Lithops are in the one with less substrate. I barely had enough mixture for the two pots and I figured Lithops spend half the year dormant, so they can have slightly less.
So these are probably little Conophytum sprouts. I left the under the light during the day and just set them on the concrete floor through the night to emulate their natural heat cycles (supposedly helps to break dormancy). I planted them on the 17th so it's only been 5 days. I'm super excited. They're just these adorable little lime-green blips - *Breathe*. You can even see that each one has a pair of leaves! They almost look like little tiny molars. Yeah!!
And yes. One picture of tiny little green dots was not enough. So here are two! You can see 4 in the first and 3 in the second and there are around 6 total so far.
UPDATE: The Lithops are now sprouting (about 3)! They actually look slightly more plant like than the green molar Conophytum. No pics of them in this post but definitely in a later one.