Not very long ago I started taking a lot more close up photos of pretty much everything… including of course my kids! I began to notice something interesting in every shot of Rory though. Her eyes never looked directly into the camera lens, one was always off, never quite aligned. I took her to see […]
While strabismus is usually a treatable condition, an early diagnosis offers the best chance for long-term success. In this Children’s Channel video, Dr. Nancy Hanna, a pediatric ophthalmologist at the Akron Children’s Hospital Vision Center, discusses the symptoms and treatments for crossed eyes and other alignment concerns.
I found out when I was about 20 weeks pregnant that Addison had a 2-vessel umbilical cord (SUA = single umbilical artery). All of the level 2 scans and high-risk doctors said she looked perfect, but we wouldn’t know until after she was born.