Since finding out that Cannon had to have glasses I’ve had a lot of emotions. The main one being so proud that in the big scheme of things having a little vision problem is absolutely not that big of the deal. Then, I worried, what will he think, will it be a daily every minute battle? Will the other three yank them off his face and hurt his precious little ears? Is it going to help? Will he even notice a difference?
Well, today I got a few of those answers. We got the call that Cannon’s glasses were in and ready to be picked up. Pae-Pae was in Pascagoula so she ran by and picked them up for me. We were having my brother’s birthday dinner here tonight (Happy Birthday Coach!) and I was trying so hard to concentrate on getting food ready, feeding the babies, etc., but I couldn’t help but watch for the door to see Pae-Pae coming in with my Can-Man’s glasses!
Once she got home I picked Cannon up and put his precious little glasses on. He immediately started blinking his eyes rapidly because he could tell a difference. He started looking around almost in amazement. I took him out of the play room and let him come in my office to play so his brother and sisters wouldn’t bother him. He LOVED his glasses. He kept looking around, crawling everywhere, picking up every teeny tiny thing on the floor. I put him back in the play room area and he was SO proud of his glasses.
The eye doctor told us to try for at least an hour a day, we got over an hour in the first day! I’m so excited for him, yet I know tomorrow is a whole new day and he might not like them when he wakes up, but for today, I’m a happy mommy!!
Here’s some pictures of my Main Man in Stud Eye Glass Form!!
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