This is crackin me up.
Janinemh: I think your boy has nice face structure. He's a really beautiful boy!Here's a picture of DS' first 10 teeth
You can see there's a slight imperfection in one on the bottom, but he has plenty of room and with CLO everyday I think he'll be fine by the time his adult teeth come in.Here's a picture of DH as a baby
. You can see he also has a very square face. Here with his mother. Here with his father. Here's a picture of me.
You'll have to forgive the obviously embarassing things there, but that was the only picture I wasn't smiling in so you can actually see the shape of my face (I was pregnant!). What's interesting is that the widest part of my head is accross my cheeks from ear to ear (also where my palate is). I've never noticed that in a person before-hope that's a good thing! Here's my immediate family.
You can see my youngest sister has a very narrow jaw and a pointed chin.
What's interesting is that my MIL had a more narrow face and her first two girls both ended up with narrow faces.
DH was 9 years later and had a nicely square face. She's gone now so I have no idea what happened in those 9 years, but it is very interesting to see the difference.
My SILs' girls all have heart shaped faces
and the oldest two have now had MAJOR work done on their teeth, both had palets that were too small and had to have dental appliances for something like 18 mos each followed by braces. DH had some crooked teeth, and had braces, but he never had to have an appliance.
I'm currently in "prep-for-TTC" mode and having a serious prenatal every day along with lots of CLO, bone broth, starting liver twice a week, etc. It will be exciting to see how #2 turns out
The goats are Nigi does, nice milkers Here's a picture of Brad Pitt's face.
While I'm at it: Carey GrantIngrid Bergman
Oh yeah, about Gerard Butler, he does have a longer chin, but his face is very square from the top to the bottom of his jaw, which seems to be what is important. If you look his chin comes down, but the rest of his face is very square (his head is like a block!).