Checking out the fish while we wait to be called back
In case you're curious about the process, they took us back to a room and a nurse asked me some questions, looked in Wills' eyes, and then had me hold him down so she could dilate his eyes. He recovered from that and she sent us back out to the waiting room to wait for 20 minutes so his eyes could fully dilate. After that wait, we went back to an exam room and then Dr. Richard came in to see Wills. He looked in Wills' eyes and immediately said "He is nearsighted". He then put these lens-less glasses on him and then dropped in different levels of prescription to find the right ones. Wills is a -3.5 in each eye. Dr. Richard said this was kind of a lot for one so young, but that Charles and I have a lot of vision impairment for anyone, and you can't fight genetics.
Eating some goldfish while we wait for his eyes to dilate
Watching Curious George. He is wearing headphones because we are practicing for our plane ride to Philly.
FaceTime with Grammy and Papaw
Reading "The Gruffalo"
I will say, he is pretty adorable in his new glasses!