Hey Barb, Great picture! That had to be frustrating about the bus. Patrick's special needs bus never has its act together on day one...or for most of first week really...so I give up now and just take him for the first several days....not worth the fight. But Allison looks so pretty in pink! What I wouldn't have given to have also had a girl to go with my two boys! It looks like Allison's glasses are from the same company as Patrick's....Spec4us. Is that right? Looked like the bridge comes in lower and the arm pieces hit at a lower angle.
Post by alisonzmom on Sept 19, 2009 18:36:46 GMT -5
Good eyes, Tricia! Yes, Alison's glasses are from Specs4Us. We both love them. These are her 2nd set of frames from them. Picked up the first ones at the NDSC conference in Boston a couple of years ago. I cannot believe how sturdy they are! I had to take her glasses in last year after they mysteriously were mangled at school - the optomotrist could not believe that she was able to fix them without some part or another snapping! They are now carrying them and have even been recommending them for typical kids who are particularly rough on their glasses. I'm just glad that I don't have to go & have Alison measured, then go online and order the frames and wait for them to come in and then go back to have lenses made & the whole thing assembled. For those who haven't tried these frames they are amazing!
Barb, mom to Alison (DS - 3/22/03) and her sisters Caitlin and Sarah "Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them." - Lady Bird Johnson