Hanna's had her glasses for over a week now.
She gets very excited when someone asks about them, and can't wait to show them how they look in her. But as soon as she can, she takes them off and hands them back to me. I'm sure they're doing what they're supposed to do, but for one - they are way too big. They fall off her face, and definitely need to be adjusted.
That reason alone may be enough to turn her off of them.
The hard thing about Hanna is the unanswered questions. Her vision is a mystery to us, and that's really hard. Since she has multiple retina folds, what I picture her vision as, is a very small, or maybe a couple very small areas that she can see through. (Imagine looking through a pinhole.)
I'm not sure that with that amount of limited vision, glasses would be able to make enough of a difference - for a four year old to appreciate.
I do definitely think she should wear them on a regular basis when necessary. They are a good start, and understandably, it's going to take her a little while to get used to them, but I'm looking forward to seeing her optometrist again to discuss re-sizing.
She's been wearing them for school when she does her book work, but as soon as we start the hand-on stuff, she wants them off because they just get in the way.
I know she feels pretty special to have a snazzy pair of glasses "to help her see better" as she says, so hopefully that will be enough to keep her excited about them and willing to use them daily.
I'm just hoping that she gets more and more comfortable with them and they will eventually be her automatic "go-to" when close details are necessary.