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8 Practical Tips for Parents of Kids Who Need Glasses

By Lori Garcia |

My kid was 7 when he got his first pair of glasses. After months of inching closer and closer to the TV, I finally realized he had a problem with those gorgeous brown eyes of his.

It’s a weird thing when you learn your kid needs glasses. As a grossly nearsighted mama, I was sorely disappointed to learn my boy would be joining me on the bespectacled dark side.

Nearly three years, two stronger prescriptions, and one broken pair of glasses later, I’m here to offer sage advice for parents of kids who need glasses.

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8 Practical Tips for Parents of Kids Who Need Glasses

Be realistic

Kids aren't well practiced in the art of caring for fragile items. Glasses can get lost, broken, scratched, or warped so keep these inevitable conditions in mind when purchasing eyewear for your kids. For unbelievably affordable replacement eyewear, my family trusts Zenni Optical for all of our eyewear needs.
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For an awesome gallery of kids rockin’ their eyewear, check out The Eyes Have It.

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About Lori Garcia

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Lori Garcia

Lori Garcia is a writer and mother of two living and loving in Southern California. When she's not fussing with her bangs, you can find her shaking her groove thing on her personal blog, Mommyfriend where she almost never combines true tales of motherhood and mayhem with her degree in child development. Read bio and latest posts → Read Lori's latest posts →

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