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Off to Opticians with dd 5 yrs

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SPARKLER1 Fri 18-Feb-05 15:12:11

Just off to get dd1's eyes tested. What fun! Everytime we go she is scared to death of the torch light being shone in her eyes. Let's hope it's gonna be alright this time. They show her the magic eye pictures too and she can see all of them. I can't see a blimmin' thing on them.

macwoozy Fri 18-Feb-05 15:30:55

Do you have to put those special eye drops in first? I've been given some anaestethic eye drops for my ds to use before the other eye drops as he reacted quite badly last time.

Jimjams Fri 18-Feb-05 15:39:13

are those magic eye things the pictures you can just make out. I couldn't see much either. No idea whether ds1 could- he refused to look at them (optician gave up and sent him to the local hospital to be checked).

SPARKLER1 Sat 19-Feb-05 21:20:05

DD does need eyedrops. The appointment went well and the torchlight was no problem at all. Her eyes are fine.

SPARKLER1 Sat 19-Feb-05 21:20:29

Sorry meant to say DD DOESN'T need eyedrops.

milliways Sat 19-Feb-05 21:25:45

Hi, I collected my DD's new glasses today. She is 14 & over the moon that she has got designer frames. In the half price D&A sale they workes out cheaper than the non-designer pairs. (Her head is too big for any child pairs now so hard to get any subsidy on frames. D&A allow £40 off the marked price with a voucher. Some give nothing!)

sophie10 Sat 19-Feb-05 21:33:12

My DS (7) has had to wear glasses for a couple of years now and begs me all the time for contacts I have told him when he goes to S school. My Niece (9) trys to get them to give her glasses everytime she goes to the opt

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