I'm 26, 'paleo' for 2 years, and my fiance and I are planning to have a baby in the next couple years. I'm sure I'll find a way to 'discuss' (more like brag about) my future child's development on paleo hacks, so stay tuned.
The paleo movement is relatively new after all. In a few years I bet parents who have been in it since before they gave birth will be reporting on the bone structure of their paleo kids.
My mom has beautiful broad facial bone structure and teeth, my dad and I while narrow-faced have big mouths and pretty teeth (I do have an overbite and U shaped arch but my teeth are straight and my wisdoms are all in), and my fiance and his family have wonderful teeth and mostly very broad, strong faces - so I'm hoping our kid has a good chance at a classically well-developed face and C-shaped arch. I'm storing up nutrients for him/her as we speak.
Ever since I read Nutrition and Physical Degeneration I've been fascinated with facial bone formation and teeth. The faces of my mom and her sisters are a perfect illustration of the theory: my grandmother had her daughters when she was 22, 23, 28, 32, and 34. My oldest aunt, my middle aunt (5 and 6 year gap between sibs on either side), and my mom (4th child, born after 6 year gap) have broad, strong cheekbones, jaws, and noses (they hate their wide nose bridges of course) and perfect teeth and bites. My two other aunts, who were born respectively a year and two years after older siblings, before grandma had time to recover nutritionally, have narrow faces, pinched noses, tiny jaws, and very crowded teeth (lots of extractions).
My own siblings and I are also typical, though we had more of a disadvantage than my aunts due to my mom being a Jane Brody fan, also from genetics from my dad's side. I am the oldest and have the nicest teeth, most space in my mouth, and most developed cheekbones; my middle sister, who was born a year and a half after my mom a]had a full-term pregnancy which b]resulted in a stillbirth and intense grieving (which I am sure wasn't great for her eating) has very little cheekbones, small jaw, receding chin, teeth that are fucked in every way possible (overbite, browded, crooked, soft, plenty rotten already at the ripe ago of 20); and my littlest sister, born 26 months after that, has just okay teeth.
Proper child spacing is vitally important, IMO, even with the best possible nutrition. Even CW understands that pregnancies less than two years apart are suboptimal both for mother and child. Luckily, even if I didn't believe 3-4 years was a good spacing between siblings simply for nutritional/physical development reasons, I have always had a fondness for larger spacings due to my own memories of my sisters as babies and my horror at the thought of having two babies/toddlers in diapers at one time (had enough of that as an older sister and babysitter).