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Saturday, July 31, 2010

I Suppose I Should Be Proud...

Due to the Boy's natural ability to utterly destroy objects simply by being in the same room with them, we are constantly repairing things from toys to eye glasses. His last pair of glasses broke so frequently that I became quite good friends with the gentleman at the eye clinic that repaired them. So when his prescription changed in January, I paid the heaps of extra money for better frames. These are so bendy that they can almost be wadded up and stuffed in your pocket. Nearly indestructible. I say nearly because...


*sigh*

11 comments:

elesa said...

Thats why I don't think little kids should have bad eyesight. glasses are just too expensive and fragile to trust them with.

hairyshoefairy said...

Wow! That's pretty awesome! And difficult!

Kristie said...

Oh my! Sorry to hear that he broke those glasses. :( That is no fun for you or him!

Kristina P. said...

Holy cow!

Brooke said...

Very talented :)

Busty LaRue said...

I used to work at a popular 1-hr place, and I hate to admit it, but that happens a lot with the kids, even those with the "indestructible" frames.

MommyJ said...

Doh!

So sorry. I know they aren't cheap. Would it make you feel better to know that my husband does to contacts what your kid does to glasses? He burns through those things so quick... we're lucky to be related to an eye doctor. He at least gives us a discount!

Me (aka Danielle) said...

Aw Man! The woes of motherhood! I'm sorry!

Mamarazzi said...

super bummer...one of my nephews wears glasses and i am a nervous wreck every time he is rough housing at my house...don't want them to break on my watch!

Debi said...

I broke both pairs of my prescription glasses in exactly the same place as your boy....both within a week of each other. I have a very similar picture on my blog, except there are 2 pairs of glasses...~~sigh~~

Mary said...

bet you can't wait til he's old enough for contacts :o)

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