A sweet book about a boy getting glasses and worrying that now no one knows him.
Wondering about viewing the eclipse with your child in glasses? Read on…
I made up a BINGO card, with each square being a common experience for parents of young children in glasses. Do you have a bingo (5 in a row, up and down, across, diagonal, or all four corners)? What other experiences should I have added?
I loved this idea that was shared by Lisa – it combines some of my favorite things: books, libraries, and kids telling their own story.
Zoe’s 9 year anniversary of getting her first glasses was at the end of December. Her Glassesversary, as I like to call it. At this point, she’s had glasses for […]
I’ve put together a printable guide (as a pdf) with some of the information and advice that’s been published in some of our posts here about fit, warranties, and lens options. In […]
Children who need glasses, need glasses that fit. Unfortunately, we see more than a few young children in the facebook group with glasses that are completely inappropriately sized for them. […]
The 5th annual Great Glasses Play Day is almost here. It’s a day to celebrate kids in glasses, eye patches, and contacts; a time to raise awareness of the importance […]
This is for all those parents out there who wonder what their child sees. I absolutely adore this picture drawn by Allison R. She’s eight and has been in glasses since […]
Check out these two great ways to celebrate our children and children’s vision this spring: #IPatch : An online patching party during the whole month of March! This month, join the […]
Happy 2016!!! Here’s a few wishes I have for all of you in the coming year… May your child’s eye doctor work well with your child and explain everything to […]
…you find this in their kindergarten notebook. (Thanks to Cheryl for sharing!)
My rebuttal against the claim that princesses don’t wear glasses. A collection of books and links and photos that prove that some princesses are spectacular in their spectacles!
Distraction can be key to successful introduction to glasses as well as patching. A huge thanks to Shannon for putting together a fantastic list of activities that are a fun […]
One of the most common things I hear from parents whose child has just gotten glasses is that they’re surprised by the intensity of their emotions, and often they feel bad for feeling bad. I know I was filled with worry and was a bit upset, but more than anything felt guilty for feeling upset. So here’s what I want everyone to know: your feelings are your feelings – they aren’t good or bad or weird, they simply are.