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    2 year old with glasses
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    crunk05177 posted:
    Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated. Does anyone here have a 2 year old with glasses?
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    tothebeach4 responded:
    I do not have a 2 year old with glasses, but I just wanted to say your picture is too cute!! Sorry I don't have any advice, though!
     
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    crunk05177 replied to tothebeach4's response:
    LOL! Everyone on here is saying how cute the glasses are but I do not like them at all! Thank you though....
     
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    katedelill replied to crunk05177's response:
    my son doesnt have glasses but i do. my brother did at that age also. make sure you have a cord or string that goes from one arm to the other for behind his head. then he cant get em off and lose em as easy. you may also want a specific place to put them when they arent on him.


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