We’re starting to think about what we’ll do for Zoe’s next pair of glasses, especially if it turns out that she needs a new prescription. Even if she doesn’t, I expect that she’ll outgrow her glasses soon enough. Kids and their fast growing heads. Though I’m happy with Zoe’s glasses in terms of how they look, and even how they’ve held up, I have to admit that the cheaper prices of some online frames are pretty appealing. Still, I think about the number of times we go to our eye glasses place, and I just don’t understand how it works with the wear and tear and adjustments and prescription changes.
So, I have a bunch of questions for those of you who have ordered your kid’s glasses online. Did the glasses fit well when they arrive? Have you needed to get them adjusted either due to your child’s growth, or to bending that happens during the day-to-day general toddler roughness? If so, where do you go to get them adjusted? Have you had to get the prescription changed? Do you have to pay for the lenses to be remade?