She has always been a twirler and one to bump into things and fall over things, but she laughs and I never took it seriously. Her schoolwork is good. But the other day she told me that "sometimes her eyesight changes." She said that sometimes when she reaches for something that she thinks is close, it's much farther away than she thought. Um WHAT? So I'm taking her to an Opthomologist tomorrow. I'm sure they'll figure it out, but I'm just not sure what to expect. I've never had any vision problems (no glasses) but her dad had amblyopia and has depth perception problems. I'm bracing for the worst. Any advice?
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