Since I moved to Denmark both the HV and the Doctor (who I saw this morning as babies over here have a 5 month check up) have both commented on C's head. It's starting to make me paranoid. They said it's flat at the back and that I should be giving him lots of tummy time (which he hates but I do it 3 times a day for about 5 mins). Dr also said I should try and get him to lie on his side but he does this anyway as I feed lying down at night so his head kind of stays in that position iykwim. Through the day he isn't always on his back as I have him either sitting up on the sofa or sitting on my knee or in his bouncy activity centre etc. Back in the UK it was never really mentioned to me, was just told he will be fine. What else can I do? I will upload a pic later (he's asleep atm lying on back of his head ) so you can see if it's bad (though I have seen worse on a baby at a group I used to go to when I was in the UK) so that's why it never really bothered me, she wasn't doing anything to 'fix' it. She said there wasn't much you could do as they are going to lie on back of their heads. Help, it's worrying me now as I don't want him to have odd shaped head. Dr also pointed out at it wouldn't do him any harm, it was just for asthetic reasons and obviously I don't want him growing up with flat head. She said that because he is big baby he is putting more weight on his head that a small baby would and also that his head his fusing quite quickly so only have a few more months to help correct it. This is all making his head sound really flat and up until this morning I didn't even think it was that bad agh Anyone have experience with this?