People who have diabetes are at higher risk of developing eye complications. Fortunately, you can help prevent problems.
Our trip to Akron Children’s Hospital in January included more than just Bekah’s eye exam. After leaving Dr. Lawhon’s office, we ran (really ran, it was FREEZING out there) out to the top level of the Locust Street parking garage so we could take a look at the progress the construction crews have been making on the new tower.
I now know that I’ve been spoiled by Bekah’s typical behavior at most appointments. Usually she walks in, hops up on the table, does what she’s asked to do, answers questions, and we’re done and out of there.
Taking care of your child’s eyes in childhood can help her have a lifetime of healthy vision. Since May is Healthy Vision Month, we have 8 tips from the CDC and the American Eye Institute to help you keep your kids’ eyes healthy.
It’s been awhile since my last blog post. Reason being, the joyful madness that is raising these two kids has been joyfully, maddeningly BUSY. Baby Jude had a crazy month in June. I am fairly certain we saw almost every department at Akron Children’s Hospital at some point. With July came a new script for a fitting appointment […]