If you thought Chrissy Teigen’s son, Miles, couldn’t get any cuter… you thought wrong! On Dec. 3, the mama-of-two took to Twitter to reveal that her little man was getting fitted for a helmet. Naturally, Chrissy knew that her fans might worry, so she explained the situation.

“Baby Miles [is] getting fitted for a little helmet today for his adorable slightly misshapen head. So, if you see pictures, don’t feel bad for him because he’s just fixing his flat and honestly, he’s probably gonna be even cuter with it somehow,” the Cravings author wrote.

Shortly thereafter, Chrissy shared some pictures of Miles and y’all, they did not disappoint! The best part? Other parents started sharing pictures of their babies with helmets and honestly, it’s the purest thing we’ve seen since, well, ever. 

For those of you who don’t have children, you may be a little confused. Basically, because newborns have such soft heads, they’re easily “molded.” With that, they can develop what’s called “flat head syndrome,” especially if he/she spends too much time lying on their back. There are no health risks whatsoever, it just may end up looking *a little* funny as they age.

To be fair, Miles could NEVER look a little funny. He’s perfect. However, we understand why Chrissy would want to remedy the situation. In fact, a lot of people chimed in that they wished their parents had gotten them a helmet when they were little, too. Even Chrissy wrote that it’s “too late for her head” to be fixed. LOL.

Of course, because the internet is dark and full of terrors, some keyboard warriors started trolling Chrissy about Miles’ helmet, suggesting that there are other ways to combat his (precious) flat head. The 33-year-old did what she does best and clapped back without a hitch.

Good morning trolls! Just a friendly reminder that you do not indeed know absolutely everything. Miles has been seeing a physiotherapist — we didn’t just go straight to helmet. We tried muscle work and will continue. Also, your flat headed kid turned out fine yes yes yes I agree.” *Mic drop.*

At the end of the day, we appreciate all the babies… flat head, round head, or otherwise.