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on: September 01, 2010 04:28:24 PM 
Started by merricat17, Message by merricat17
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So, my 5 year old daughter has severe amblyopia and its exacerbated by very bad nearsightedness and astigmatism.  Her vision is something like +7, +4 and she is essentially almost blind in her left eye.  SO!  We are patching her right eye daily.  I saw a post up here about this recently but the patches were made to go over glasses, and it will be another week before her glasses are ready so I started making up some patches to get her used to it.  The first one was a bunny, but as it was felt it was too scratchy, so then i made her a kitty.  She LOVES the kitty!

We went shopping on Sunday and there was a bounce house set up outside the store, and there were a bunch of kids bouncing.  When my daughter got in the kids asked her "are you a pirate?" and she was like "YES!  I AM CAPTAIN KITTY!!"  which was pretty gratifying in thet it means she's getting used to the idea.

What do you think?
on: January 21, 2011 04:31:17 PM 
Started by merricat17, Message by jungrrl
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