Ok this has been bothering me but not enough to make an appt to the ped and risk bringing home some germs during this cold and flu season!! So I have noticed my sons head shape and it has been bothering me. The bone above his ear protrudes and I dont really notice this on any other child his age. It seems that it protrudes more on his left side. Now granted we buzz cut him so I don't know if I just see more of his head shape but I dont notice this on other kids with a buzz cut. I also feel like it is getting worse but is it that I just am noticing now?!?!? I never noticed until now but it is there in earlier pics. So here is a picture I would love your input, is this normal or should I be concerned??? Here is a pic (sorry about the banana in his mouth =)
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