So my normal, average, super cute, three year old is being sent to an Ophthalmologist. Not and Optometrist. What's the difference B-Dub? Answers.com has the answer for you!
Ophthalmologist is a physician who specializes in the study of anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the eye and diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the eye.
Optometrist is a person who is awarded a degree of Doctor of Optometry (OD) after at least two years of college and four years in an approved college of optometry followed by a passing state board exam and licensing.
See, you learn important stuff here. And now I need ya, B-Dubbers. Cause what happens if Littlest is given glasses?? She is three, she owns exactly 23 pairs of sunglasses and wears exactly 2 pair a month for a total of 1.8 minutes. Glasses in real life are going to be horrific, for me- not her- only I guess her too. Anywhoozle what I'm getting at is HOW is it POSSIBLE to keep glasses on a kid??? Please Advise.
She will eat all kinds of cake until she barfs
or passes out in a sugar induced coma;
she will NOT wear glasses.
Not even if cake is used to bribe.
In other news: I think the squirrels have invoked a mating ritual on my roof. Which is indeed a metal roof. Unsure if Chubaca will make it. I just loaded the bb gun cause I think my shotgun could potentially damage the roof. Crawley-scratchey noises must end.