Here she is! Ain't she a cutie?
Below is her "concerned" face. This look was even more exaggerated when she was first born. You'll noticed that the left side of the head (on your right in this picture) looks slightly larger than the other, the right eyebrow looks higher, and the left eye is slightly deviated from the other one. My pediatrician seems to think the eye deviation may be because there is pressure on her optic nerve, but a surgeon's assistant with whom I spoke seemed to think this was unlikely because of where the optic nerve is in the brain. I'm not sure who to believe on that matter.
Left side of the face -- looks normal and cute
Right side of the face
You may notice this side of her face looks fairly different than the other. You may also see the slight bump in the middle of her head, showing where (I believe) the front bone is slightly overlapping the back.
Here you can see that the left side of the forehead is definitely positioned further out than the right side.
Even more clearly here...
This is most obvious from the angle of looking down on her head, as in the picture below. Notice you can actually see her right eye from this angle, but you can't see the left eye. The forehead is retracted on the right side like this because the fused bone has not allowed it to expand forward as it should. (Compare this to the craniosynostosis photo in this post, and you will see why I said that picture looked like Addy.)
Back of the head -- note the left side is bigger than the right here too
She still is pretty darn cute for having a crooked head, though, isn't she? :-)
We love you, little sweetie pie!