r/Damnthatsinteresting Sep 25 '22 Looking 1 Silver 1 Helpful 2 Wholesome 2 Take My Energy 1 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1 Giggle 1

My mom sent me this totally normal photo of my dad holding me right after I was born… Image

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u/Cloud9cali Sep 25 '22

That head had fun in the birth canal.

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Lol forceps had a good grip…

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u/Pvt_Mozart Sep 25 '22

They had to use a suction cup to get my daughter out. She finally popped out with the cord around her neck, and her head very slightly elongated. I was being strong manly man for my wife, but inside I was freaking the fuck out. The nurses and doctors assured me numerous times she was fine on both fronts, so I just started taking pictures of them cleaning her off and weighing her, and crying my eyes out, like strong manly men do.

Her head was totally normal within a few days. It's absolutely wild how resilient yet malleable little babies can be. She turned 2 last week.

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u/SepticX75 Sep 25 '22

I’m glad she’s okay and her head doesn’t look like a watermelon

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u/Pvt_Mozart Sep 25 '22

Shit man, me too! She's crazy cute now with a totally normal head thank goodness.

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u/ReportEastern Sep 25 '22

This was oddly heartwarming

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u/livens Sep 25 '22

Holy crap, my daughters head got stretched out by forceps too! She got stuck on her way out so the doctor used some fancy salad fork looking things to grab her head and pull her out. She ended up with a cone head :).

Did you wear a corrective helmet to reshape your head?

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u/Kimmalah Sep 25 '22

The conehead thing is pretty normal even for babies born without any medical help. The plates in their skull are not fully formed and can get squeezed into this shape when going through the birth canal. It doesn't usually require any correction and just kind of goes back on its own after a short time.

It's also why babies have that soft spot on their heads and can get flat spots if you leave them in one sleeping position a lot.

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u/joaobento92 Sep 25 '22

True. Happened to my daughter (i watched it, a normal birth without forceps) and the doctors must have looked to my horrorized face, because they said it's a normal thing to happen. The bones in the skull are not merged yet, so the head can pass through the canal. After a couple of hours, the head reshapes to almost normal state, and one or two days after, the head is back to normal.

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u/burnt_knackerbag Sep 25 '22

Yup. I was so glad I was aware of this before our first peanut head came out.
It was still a bit jarring, but at least I had an idea of what was going on.
Lil guy looked like he had a bright future in swimming.

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

peanut butter head

Jarring

Oh, reddit

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u/bullet_proof_smile Sep 25 '22 Helpful

I am neurotic enough that I would be trying to press the baby's head into a decent shape, and making it even worse

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u/AmbitiousMidnight183 Sep 25 '22 Gold Helpful Wholesome

“It’ll buff out”

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

Shows up with some hot water and a plunger

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u/WCGWjoiningReddit Sep 25 '22

"Relax, all right? My old man is a television repairman, he's got this ultimate set of tools. I can fix it."

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u/AutoSawbones Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22 Silver

Put the baby on a pottery wheel and go ham

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

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u/pariahdiocese Sep 25 '22

"I Hunger!! Hunger-er-er fo' yo' touch!!!!"

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u/rakidi Sep 25 '22

Even better put it on a lathe. We can use a chisel to sort this out.

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u/Mysterious_Emotion Sep 25 '22

Wait till they grow up a bit first so there’s more material to shape it better

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u/Southern_vampire Sep 25 '22

In my culture we "shape" the baby's head. So you're not neurotic 😂

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u/Melynnocent Sep 25 '22

I learned this when I was younger…..some mothers absolutely “shape” their babies head. It’s not weird or abusive or anything like that. I sat around and listened to a few moms sitting outside with a little one. I was young, I was curious, I asked what she was doing to him. (Baby wasn’t crying or anything-looked like he was gonna fall asleep🙂)

And just to throw it out there, I was 10. I would never be so invasive with strangers now😂🤣

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u/autotuned_voicemails Sep 25 '22

So I know you’re joking (I hope at least lmao) but I found out after my daughter was born that this is actually a thing that they sometimes do. It’s called “osteopathic manipulation treatment” and apparently it can treat a variety of issues in newborns. My daughter was having trouble with her latch, we thought she had a mild tongue tie but it was gonna be a full month before ENT could see us. I can’t remember exactly what he said but basically her pediatrician said he thought he felt something a little wonky with her skull and luckily they had someone on staff that specialized in OMT and suggested we see her as our insurance would fully cover it.

It was basically like a 20 minute appointment that my baby slept through where the doctor just like, gently massaged her head with her thumbs. I mean that’s what it looked like, but apparently she was actually pushing the plates around to get them back into the correct position.

I have to wonder how many babies could be helped by this because I never would have thought that anything was weird about my baby’s head. According to every other mother in my life, she had a very small head when she was born lol. Certainly didn’t feel that way to me but I am aware that I am biased lmao. Point is though that her head was completely symmetrical as far as I could tell. She did have a full head of hair so I guess it may have looked different if she was a baldy but I’ve definitely seen a ton of babies with much more visually misshapen heads than she had. It usually corrects itself pretty quickly but quality of life could definitely be improved if it was a more well known practice.

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u/evilkumquat Sep 25 '22

Growing up, my younger sister had a massive soft spot that took forever to close.

It must have made a huge impression on me because I once had a nightmare where I drank pink milk from it.

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u/dnewaccount Sep 25 '22

Must have been a long journey for you

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u/ZeeHanzenShwanz Sep 25 '22

Lil guy looks like he's warp speeding through time and space.

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u/M00SEHUNT3R Sep 25 '22

Ancient alien lookin kids get that a lot.

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u/Double_Belt2331 Sep 25 '22 Take My Energy

It was a hella longer for his mom!!

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u/binglelemon Sep 25 '22 Wholesome

Birthday: June 17th-19th

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u/comprehensive35 Sep 25 '22

Longer journey for his mum

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u/Cloud9cali Sep 25 '22

Here you are. Cheers to your hopefully normal shaped head.

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u/the_outlier Sep 25 '22

My daughter was just born this way 4 days ago. You look like a beautiful baby to me 😀

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u/hornylolifucker Sep 25 '22

Last name is Neutron, I’m sure

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u/LandOfTheOutlaws Sep 25 '22

Started off as Swimmy Neutron and then later became Jimmy Neutron.

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u/jordank_1991 Sep 25 '22 Wholesome

I feel terrible because all my friends and female relatives had such important questions when they had their kids. Like ‘can I hold them ? ‘ something typical and nice. My ass was like ‘he’s got a big head.’ Thankfully my sister and baby daddy were too awestruck by my son to hear me. 😬

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u/email_or_no_email Sep 25 '22

He's got a big fucking head, ma!

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Awwww! She’ll turn out awesome IMO

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u/dashinny Sep 25 '22

She already turned out awesome ;)

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u/Zealousideal-Lynx-29 Sep 25 '22

My daughter was also born like this, ten years ago. I crapped myself when I saw her heard, devastated, yet the doc assured me it was quite common and everything (skull) would go back to ‘normal’. I forget the exact timeline, but I think it was in a couple of days, if even. Today she’s top of her class in academics, sports and dance. Congrats on the birthday of your daughter and welcome to parenthood…strap in and enjoy the ride!

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u/SuperSugarBean Sep 25 '22

But how do you find hats that fit?

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u/MrsRichardSmoker Sep 25 '22

A large tube sock does the trick

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u/Dull_Ad_4750 Sep 25 '22

The labouring mother did not.

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u/arg6531 Sep 25 '22

Exit canal was toit

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u/heydudeimnick Sep 25 '22

Looks like a perfectly normal photo of a guy cradling a baked potato.

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u/hldeiro Sep 25 '22 Silver Helpful Table Slap

You got that annunaki dome

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u/LBK0909 Sep 25 '22 Evil Cackle

Ancient astronaut theorists say yes!

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u/Echo_Oscar_Sierra Sep 25 '22

But could it be possible...

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u/Broad-Airline-3049 Sep 25 '22

…that could be there another explanation?

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u/gibl3t Sep 25 '22

etcha-terrestrials!

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u/Sieze5 Sep 25 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Yeah. I’m gonna need a recent pic. For research purposes.

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u/GravG Sep 25 '22

It's fairly normal. Babies take a few weeks to fully inflate after they're born. You can cut the time in half with a regular tire pump.

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u/AffectionateHead0710 Sep 25 '22

I love your usage of the word …”inflate”

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Pretty normal I think

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u/Simply_delight Sep 25 '22 Wholesome Giggle Table Slap

Sounds exactly like what a long headed alien would say....

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u/TorrenceMightingale Creator Sep 25 '22

They “come from France.”

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u/dissapointingsex Sep 25 '22

Grid-like breakfast slabs... seared strips of swine flesh and flattened chicken embryos. I will enjoy it.

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u/scorpiogre Sep 25 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome

Nice try queen....nice try

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u/superduperdad100 Sep 25 '22

Hahahaha brilliant 😂👍

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u/FLOOR_GANG420 Sep 25 '22

bro you fucking killed him lmao

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u/Wafflechoppz37 Sep 25 '22

It is. When my daughter was born I was horrified…but her head looked normal later that night.

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u/Kamelasa Sep 25 '22

Interesting. This one looks like it's just been extruded. And in a way, maybe it has.

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u/deltaIcePepper Sep 25 '22

Babies out here with fuggen rigatoni for a head. 2022 is wild.

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u/OneConfusedOctopus Sep 25 '22

Yeah, I'm pretty sure the your head does not look like that at all. I had the same condition. My mom was afraid to cut my hair when I was a kid because she thought I might still maintain some of my cornhead heritage. But nope, dome is pretty round.

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u/DaveInLondon89 Sep 25 '22

I might still maintain some of my cornhead heritage.

/r/BrandNewSentence

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u/duaneap Interested Sep 25 '22 Silver

Sure, now that you’ve laid your eggs.

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

It is normal. The baby's skull is made to do that so you can pass through your mom's birth canal. It will turn back normal in a week or two.

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u/Original_Procedure21 Sep 25 '22

Long wheel base skull

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u/WhyIsThatOnMyCat Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

The downside of upright, as National Geographic put it succinctly.

Our brains need big, our pelvis needs small (and our spines/pelvises are still working on it, too). I've seen hypotheses we're "born early" because of it, leading to how long we need intensive care for our newborns compared to other mammals that walk within an hour of birth.

One way we've survived is squishing the heads of babies through the birth canal. Some cultures thought it should be preserved, and strapped boards to keep the shape of the skull at birth. We don't have many written records at the time, so it could be surviving rich kids or gods' kids from royalty

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u/awright4268 Sep 25 '22 Silver Wholesome Take My Energy Bravo Grande! Table Slap Evil Cackle

But did you phone home?

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u/lndigo_Sky Sep 25 '22

LMAO you people are savage

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u/I_devour_your_pets Sep 25 '22

OP was a probe sent here to test our reactions. We laughed.

OP learned to use our technology to test more of us. We laughed again.

Laugh now for we will have no time to weep when OP's mission is complete.

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Mission complete. Thank you human.

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u/coldcurru Sep 25 '22

Goddammit where's that free award when you want it

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u/toolateforswimming Sep 25 '22 Giggle Table Slap

Now we know how far “in the back of mind” can go…

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u/MotoMadic Sep 25 '22 Silver Wholesome Bravo! Bravo Grande!

Easy to live in their head rent free when it’s as big as the Mall of America.

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

I hope my friends don’t see this one. Good burn.

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

wakes up the house laughing

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u/elpadrino85 Sep 25 '22 Table Slap I'll Drink to That

Beldar, is that you?

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u/Mr_Incredible_PhD Sep 25 '22

Neeeeeeeeyyyy! What have you done with your cone!?!?

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u/SteeleDynamics Sep 25 '22

Time to Narfle The Garthok

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u/JWheel1989 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Sometimes I feel I want to...

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u/3rdDownJump Sep 25 '22

“Perhaps you and Larry will join us for consumption of mass quantities this weekend. We will ignite our new flame pit and char mammal flesh for you."

  • Prymatt Conehead.
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u/rtedesco Sep 25 '22

Beldar, phone for you!

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u/Garg_Gurgle Sep 25 '22

No is bonder

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u/HalcyoneDays Sep 25 '22

Wait, Bender's name isn't "Bonder"

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u/Kezly Sep 25 '22

It's Bender! You're a fraud!

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u/bowlingdoughnuts Sep 25 '22

What am I, Psychic!? Error I mean... yes I am!

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u/JacksonianEra Sep 25 '22

“Look, you want false hope or not?”

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u/Cpt_Mike_Apton Sep 25 '22

"only if you don't have any real hope"

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u/watermahlone1 Sep 25 '22

France. We come from France.

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u/Pree-chee-ate-cha Sep 25 '22

We come from France!

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u/titusCornelius Sep 25 '22

I hope your mother forgave you for tearing her a new one during birth.

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u/Lickbelowmynuts Sep 25 '22

I showed this picture to my wife and she says she wishes our babies head was shaped like that

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u/dronegeeks1 Sep 25 '22

My son is a week old he came out similar, delivered by c section sometimes the head gets stuck in the cervix for a prolonged period of time. Babies head are really soft and my sons is normal after a week. Was a bit of a shock when he was first born though

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u/bumpsmom Sep 25 '22

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

My mom called me a cone head lol

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u/bipolarbyproxy Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

My nephew was a conehead, too. And medical staff had to shave part of his hair on top to place an IV so he looked even more unusual.

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u/dick_slap Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Bro your head looked like mine

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u/goosepills Sep 25 '22

My kid had a cone head, I don’t know what’s going on in that picture

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

I need to ask my mom

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u/TheMadGreek86 Sep 25 '22

Very normal if you were stuck in the birth canal for a while. My second kid was 10 lbs and came out looking like Tom hardy at the end of warior....even had his hands up in the birth pick...lmao

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

My parents almost called me rocky cuz I was also super bruised and beat up. Not to mention yellow skin.

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u/TheMadGreek86 Sep 25 '22

It's a hard journey kid...for both sides...the cone head says you came out alnatural...your cranium was supposed to do that, looks freaky at first but quickly reshapes. The Yello ws jaundice, spent some time under a heat lamp...I was a pre-me and spent time in a tank.

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u/Dic_Rambone Sep 25 '22

I keep thinking of that alien that pops out of the stomach in Spaceballs.

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u/drugsarebadmmk420 Sep 25 '22

Hello my baby hello my honey

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u/CRT_Teacher Sep 25 '22

Hello my ragtime gal

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u/Shattington_Bear Sep 25 '22

Same actor as in the Alien scene, great cameo

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u/PossessedToSkate Sep 25 '22

I was going to ask OP if they're from France.

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u/civillyengineerd Sep 25 '22

That'll buff out.

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u/RelativelyMental Sep 25 '22 Helpful hehehehe

The baby:

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u/shurdi3 Sep 25 '22

Hello my baby, hello my honey, hello my ragtime gal

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u/yovman Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Haha shit, what movie is this from again?
Edit: ok! Spaceballs! I got it!

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u/copybeard Sep 25 '22

Get this man some pepto bismol!

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u/Enderswolf Sep 25 '22 Helpful Wholesome

Forehead was born @ 2:05am, Back of the head was born @ 2:30am

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u/Chickwithknives Sep 25 '22

Probably should flip those times. Babies usually have their chin tucked. There’s a reason they say the baby is crowning, not hairlining

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u/NoxicRox Sep 25 '22

Looks like they sucked you out with that vacuum.

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u/WyrmHero1944 Sep 25 '22

Ancient astronaut theorists say yes

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u/Bomboclaat_Babylon Sep 25 '22

They used the plunger on you.

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u/Lortrador Sep 25 '22

That's for reals too, in'it?

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Yah, forceps in my case

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u/InformalArtichoke Sep 25 '22

They tried to use the vac on my daughter. I had a choice between forceps and the vac, and I went with that. It didn't work to get her big old head out, so I had an emergency c section. She came out looking like a cone head too..lol

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u/newluna Sep 25 '22

I’m sorta glad I ended up with a c-section too, after I stopped dilating for 16 hours. My kid’s head was in the mid-90s percentile. And I have a small frame.

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u/Klutzy_Cucumber9214 Sep 25 '22 Silver

Ouch! Your poor mother. You were probably still the most beautiful baby to her. I always thought my kids were the most beautiful babies when they were born. Now when I look back, one was beautiful, one was ok and one looked like a gremlin that soaked in water too long 💀

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u/PamIllise Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

My niece started crying when she saw a picture of herself taken a few minutes after she was born. In her own words "I can't be that ugly baby, thats one ugly baby". On the other side is my teacher, her newborn was so pretty that at 1 day old some people from a tv station were looking for babies to shoot an scene for a soap opera and they asked her because her baby looked like a super model lol

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u/Klutzy_Cucumber9214 Sep 25 '22

To be honest most babies are ugly when they are born. Of course there are exceptions lol. My not so cute newborn turned really cute around 3 months lol. Of course I thought she was the most beautiful baby the whole time. When she was around 4 weeks old, I had her pics taken and it took 2 months for some reason to get them back. Digital images weren’t a thing back then. I remember finally getting the pictures in the mail and was so exited to see my beautiful baby when she was 4 weeks old. I was like yikes when I opened the envelope 😂. I didn’t realize at the time that she was covered in infant acne and her hair was standing up like one of those troll things from the 90s. She had a ton of hair. We are talking 6 inches of hair standing straight up on a 4 week old. I mean I knew she had infant acne but didn’t realize at the time how badly. Love makes blind.

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u/merryjoanna Sep 25 '22

My kid had infant acne too. And he has bright red hair that was falling out. For a while it looked just like an old man who had lost half of his hair. I was so glad when the acne went away and his hair grew in blond. He even ended up with the cute little curls at the nape of his neck.

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u/OneWandToSaveThemAll Sep 25 '22

It’s actually not uncommon. Most mothers don’t notice because nurses rush to cover it with a hat and the head starts returning to normal pretty quickly. It can happen due to baby’s positioning in utero and the pressure from the birth canal. My midwife always talked about Alien babies. This is a good example. No offense OP.

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u/Klutzy_Cucumber9214 Sep 25 '22

Yup. One of mine came out with a normal head but feet completely turned inward and very bow legged .Pediatrician did some movement tests and said it was just due to a lack of space (twins). Legs and feet turned into their normal position quickly. I don’t remember how long it took but maybe a week or two. The human body is amazing and fascinating.

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u/NewtotheCV Sep 25 '22

one looked like a gremlin that soaked in water too long

This is what most babies look like to me. Especially newborns. My conehead looked "odd" for at least a week, like a baby bird before feathers situation. Like, all the parts are there but it isn't done baking yet.

One thing I did love though was when people would mention her eyes later on. People were drawn right in all the time so I knew it was genuine and not just "oh cute, baby".

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Lol funny how that happens

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u/Ok_Cook1907 Sep 25 '22

When my son was born in 2020, his head was also deformed like that. It really had me worried for a brief moment, thinking he might be seriously disabled but I didn't say anything to not ruin the moment for my wife. A few hours later his head almost got back to normal and today he has got a perfectly shaped head.

But his big head tore her perineum to a 3rd degree. So make sure to spend a little more on those mother day's flowers.

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u/smoked_papchika Sep 25 '22

During labor, my son was “stuck” in the birth canal for about 3 hours. Stuck, in that I would push and the top of his head would come out - then I’d stop and he’d go back in. Almost got moved for an emergency c-section when my Angel of my OBGYN realized I had been in bed, full on IV, and no catheter. They drained my bladder and the kiddo just popped out. He had the Conehead for about 2 days then it went back to normal. But yea his head was shaped very closely to OPs.

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u/JZAbird Sep 25 '22

Quick question: Did you grow into your skull?

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Lol pretty normal now but my neck is to big for moist shirts

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u/NUT-me-SHELL Sep 25 '22 Helpful

How about dry shirts?

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u/LeNoolands Sep 25 '22

To big or not to big for moist shirts

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u/ZeroDaySubber Sep 25 '22

That is the question…..

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u/Background-Pea6650 Sep 25 '22

Are dry shirts ok?

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Lol I was so confused by this comment until I read my type above

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u/toodleroo Sep 25 '22

I can't stop laughing at this exchange... moist shirts 😂

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u/JZAbird Sep 25 '22

Those moist shirts will get ya

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u/DrPepperWillSeeUNow Sep 25 '22

Hey Arnold!

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Lol fav comment so far

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u/DrPepperWillSeeUNow Sep 25 '22

lmao glad someone is old enough to get the reference.

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u/LandOfTheOutlaws Sep 25 '22

"Move it, Football head!" 🏈

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u/itsokaysis Sep 25 '22

“Wait. What is his last name?”

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u/flatfast90 Sep 25 '22

Yeah no one warned me about that. Or maybe I just wasn’t paying attention. Either way, when my daughter came out and her head looked like that, I shit

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

I don’t blame you. I shit when I saw this photo and it’s me.

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u/StinkFloyyd Sep 25 '22

I’m pretty sure I saw a drawing of your skull inside of the pyramids. Finally proof that aliens visited earth

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u/mrwallace888 Sep 25 '22

I'm going to hell for laughing at this.

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

I forgive you. I posted because it shocked my wife so much and she’s been showing friends. If you’re going to hell. We all are.

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u/mrwallace888 Sep 25 '22

You know, the best part is, is when people having defects like these or have a condition, if they actually take pride in it, joke about it, things like that, they actually end up being a more positive person.

In other words, thanks for sharing this haha. I'm glad you find it amusing. It's important to smile!

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u/DxDSpentMistHigh Sep 25 '22

You look like lord voldemort

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u/thelastmelonnn Sep 25 '22

Hows your head now?????

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22 Big Brain Time

Slightly big but normal

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u/thelastmelonnn Sep 25 '22 Table Slap

Thats so interesting. Im glad is normal now!

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u/vaginalcabbage Sep 25 '22

Haven't had any complaints.

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u/UhYeahOkSure Sep 25 '22

Damn your mom musta squeezed you out of her like play doh

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u/kosmonautinVT Sep 25 '22

Got that Xenomorph DNA coming through strong

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u/Master-Review3764 Sep 25 '22

Plz upload your recent pic...i just want to confirm something

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u/Ricky_Spannnish Sep 25 '22 Silver Helpful

Nothing personal but you’re ugly as hell

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

None taken

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u/marineneurology Sep 25 '22

Is your head still that long or did you grow into it?

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u/the-red-duke- Sep 25 '22

He'd have to be 12 foot tall to grow into that head jesus

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u/GravG Sep 25 '22

It's fairly normal. Babies take a few weeks to fully inflate.

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u/manymoreways Sep 25 '22

"gotta pretend I love this thing, smile for the camera" - your dad probably

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Lol thats funny

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u/Consistent-Writing22 Sep 25 '22

E L O N G A T E

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u/Many_Challenge_9531 Sep 25 '22

I thought that was yo daddys elbow.

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u/blacklotusmag Sep 25 '22

Oh boy, does this bring back memories of my son's birth. I read a ton of books about childbirth when my (at the time) wife got pregnant, but somehow none of them mentioned a very specific possibility.

The doctor asked me if I wanted to watch them pull my son out, and I was all for it...but when he crowned, his head was completely misshapen! It was FLAT like a deflated football!

I gasped out loud, and terrified something was horribly wrong, yelled at the doctor "What's wrong with his head?!" She laughed and said "Don't worry, it's perfectly normal, dad!"

But I'll be 100% honest - that day, with my wife, child and three female staff present, I nearly shit myself, lol.

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u/NormalGuy103 Sep 25 '22

Out here built like Dr. Nefarious

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u/TrickMeasurement4405 Sep 25 '22

I was a huge fan of yours growing up!

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u/Silent_dirge Sep 25 '22

Baby Skull has those fontanels for a reason. Your mom probably went through heck getting you out from the looks of it.

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u/largemarge52 Sep 25 '22

Your were stuck in the birth canal for a while. It goes away in a few day.

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u/DeathnoteWhore Sep 25 '22

Do you know if your mom needed stitches by any chance😭(no offense just genuinely curious)

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u/Lanky-Performer-4557 Sep 25 '22

Not sure, assume yes. I can ask her if you really want to know haha

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u/DeathnoteWhore Sep 25 '22

Nah I’m good with the mystery lol

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u/RIPMyAngelBaby Sep 25 '22

I didn’t know Dr Kranium had a dad

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u/fatgirlballet Sep 25 '22

Forceps? They used those on me. lol

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u/Burritodivine Sep 25 '22

Looking like freeza 3rd form 😂

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u/MrRobot_96 Sep 25 '22

Dawg you look like 3rd form Freiza

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u/acanis73 Sep 25 '22

Egyptian royalty you are.

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u/Communistismer Sep 25 '22

Tic-Tac head