Kristen, thanks for finding that rounded toe of mine!
Also, another one I’ve been using lately which is VERY similar to the standard kitchenered toe but a lot less square looking - it does the same type of decreases on either side of the toe until you have half as many stitches as you started out with (so if you started off with 60sts, decrease until 30sts remain), then decreases every row until a smaller number of stitches is reached, however many you prefer, as you go you’ll see when it seems like ‘enough’. It is still kitchenered together in the end but if you have a small enough number of stitches you could just cut the yarn and pull it through the rest of the stitches and weave in. I find that this toe fits really well and it a bit more rounded than your standard toe.
The pattern that I read about it isn’t available online anymore so I hope that my description is sufficient.