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Chin

When our first child, Abeline, was born, her chin was tiny. I was still in the midst of my medical training, and I clearly remember searching through the textbooks for more information on the development of babies’ chins, hoping for some clue that would help me figure out if she had some type of syndrome. It turns out the problem wasn’t with her chin; it was in my head. Babies just have very small chins. If you have a similar concern, rest assured; my Abeline just turned twelve, and her chin is beautiful.