Friday, February 14, 2014

Broken Already - Of Course!

Oh yes, he did!  First pair of glasses broken in 1.3 days.  Love this boy! 

So glad we bought a second pair.  2 week wait for new frames to come in.  In the mean time we're also looking into Miraflex frames on the recommendation of a SB buddy.  Why didn't the optical place suggest them first?  I have no idea!  Grrr.  And who thought glasses were a good idea for a 24 month old?


  1. Golf uses Miraflex - it is the only type of glasses I would recommend for a child under the age of about 3 or 4.... Golf was about 18 months old when she got them, and they haven't broken yet (2 years later!) - See her first day in them here...

  2. I know it's not really funny but this kinda made me laugh! He's just too cute. :)

  3. All you can do is keep from crying. Lol

  4. Oh, those look like my glasses... and that's why I don't let my daughter play with them for too long.
    For a 2 year old they seem a bit too ... ehm... breakable.

    Miraflex are the glasses I was referring to in my earlier post.
    There are frames out of flexible titanium as well:

    Nevertheless he looked so sweet with the glasses.

    Greetings from Germany

  5. When my sweet boy first got his glasses they lasted 6 days. They disappeared completely, as in, it was Easter Sunday and he went off to play a bit in Grandma's yard and came back without them on....we're pretty sure they fell off and into the pond. We joke about a fish wearing them. He truly set a record for quickest patient to lose glasses....they give a 20% discount for reorders within the first 6 months. *sigh* He's my super sweet absentminded little man!

  6. Mason is really, really cute!!

    I buy all my kids glasses at wal-mart because you can get a pair for $40 and they replace the frames for whatever reason for the first year.


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