Sort of along the same lines, a couple of decades ago (honestly) we received a letter telling us that Son No1's head was too large. Massive panic- but ffs, what could we do? How can you shrink your boy's head in a non-invasive way even if we wanted to or even needed to? We were first-time parents and had loads of sleepless worried nights but we rode it out and didn't overly worry. Actually we worried a lot, letters like that make you worry a lot.
He graduated a few months ago with a 2.1 from Cardiff in Sound Technology.
This is who he works with nowadays, aged 21.
Experts work to the best of their knowledge and the best of their ability withing a huge variety of constraints. They do their best but can and do get it wrong. Or maybe we do. We worried that Son 1 would struggle, based upon our interpretation of the information received re: head size. The world revolves around 'averages', 'the mean value' and 'norms'. We are all individuals and we come in a huge variety of shapes, sizes and abilities.