One of our twins was born with a very bad squint in her eye & the other eye doesn't look outwards at all. So she has been under the hospital since a very earlier age. At about 6months was told that she would need glasses sometime soon'ish becasue she is long sighted .
so we got the GP to refer the other twin an after 2 visits, one today (which both of them got seen) we were told that the other twin is long sighted & will need to have glasses as well so they decided that they are both old enough to have them. The glasses have been ordered & we are to get them early next week for both of them
I no there are clips that go over the ears that are meant to stop the babies pulling the glasses off, but over time they will learn ways off getting them off.
Im just wondering what other peoples experiences are of trying to get there babies to keep glasses on, is it as hard as im thinking it will be or is it easy & normal babies take to them
Plus having twins im used to people stopping me in the street to look at twins, but that has slowly died down. But im going to prob get it all over again once they start wearing there glasses. I can just picture it, an people saying how do you know they need glasses at a young age etc