Since the surgery Emma's eyes look much straighter and aligned better. She still wears glasses and her new ones are a very pretty purple with hearts. She got to pick out her own this time. We switched her eye doctors to where I've gone my whole life.
Emma's eye problem runs within the family and is genetically caused. We were able to detect it early on and get it corrected. This genetic disorder has caused two other people in my family, to become legally blind in one eye.
Over this summer, Emma was playing outside and may fly bit her right above her eye lid. Her eye swelled up like a golf ball. So I spent mothers day in the hospital with my little one and my husband. Grandma helped with the other two. The hospital did a very good job with Emma. Sje really didn't understand what was happening because het good eye wasn't effected. She could see. I don't think it would have went as smoothly if her other eye was the one shut.
The hospital gave her a double dose of benadryl and some steroids. It was better by the next morning. A warm compress helped drain the fluid as well.
We made her an eye doctors appointment and her Dr. said may fly bites tend to look worse then they really. He gave Emma an eye test and wrote her a slightly weaker prescription for her glasses. She seems to be doing well with them.