I have been doing a bit of research and asking in forums etc.
SO from what I can figure, that I am doing pretty much the most I can do. It is basically up to the little one now. The sponge splint will need to stay on for around 2-3 weeks depending on how well it goes.
On a better note, he is eating extremely well. Gulped his food down no worries, so that is one less thing to stress about lol
I changed his original sponge for a better one as sugested to me on another forum and he seems to be really relaxed now. Since his feed, he has been sleeping peacefully. So I am really really relieved for him.
I also put him in a, what seems to be, better and more comfortable position for him.
Gee, they might be little but they can cause such big dilemma at times lol
Tasha you did a great job on the sponge brace, I used makeup sponges as they were handy for me, but yours looks the same..I raised a tiny 3 day old Parrotlet, just keep him warm, I had mine in a Aviquariums, (10 gallon aquarium with the brooder lid), I fed 5-6 times a day as your doing & then if his crop emptied sooner than next feeding required I fed an additional feeding, then he would taper off...as he gets stronger he will fidget lol I would take mine out of the (coffee mug he was in with tissues as supports) and then take Olive Oil & massage his little legs, I waited & did this after 3 days of being in the supports..mine also had deformed toes, with regular massaging his toes corrected...it was my first experience & was trial & error..I used good old common sense & it worked well, that baby turned out perfect & he was terribly splay legged..so he should be fine, so long as them legs get worked regularly every 3 days in the beginning & then more frequently as he gets older, I would stretch legs downward & hold his little head to show him how to stand up with the sponge on & then after a while he was able to stand on his own!! sounds like your doing good by him