How grown up does she look with glasses. I was one of those sad people who never needed them but always wanted to wear them - thought they would make me look more clever ;)Cool colour.
Oh I have spectacle envy! Happy belated birthday to Maia, her glasses look fabulous! xo
Well, I certainly hope you didn't make her go to school after that, because she is way too cool for school!(sorry, i couldn't help myself. She is rockin' those glasses though.)
They are super cool and a great colour! I expect glasses cases will be your next sewing project? :-D
Those glasses rock! She looks fab. x
Those are much. much cooler than my firsy pair of glasses. Age 8 andI was the proud owner of a pair of peach coloured giant round frames! It was the 80's after all!
Uh-oh, Emma is seriously going to want some glasses now... Maia would look great with a false nose and moustache attached, but she looks soooo cute in those cool specs!
She looks cool with those pink glasses. Girly and cool at the same time.
Brodie got glasses on Tuesday. Everyone says that she looks like a mini me now because she chose the black rimmed emo style glasses that are similar to mine (and she's bent them already)
She looks great!But she clearly isn't so intellectual that she can't stick her tongue out at you! Good good.
LOVE the fun purple frames!! That girl has style.
My boy was only about 3 when he got his specs...I shed several tears,I was sure he would never wear them, but they are the best thing ever...he is almost 4 years wearing them now and he has never looked back. He puts them on first thing in the morning and I quite often take the off after he has fallen asleep reading at night. If they need adjusting, I now let him go into the opticians and I wait outside! He feels very important!Maia looks so cute in her wonderfully pink glasses!
Sorry purple glasses!
She looks fab, and the plaits are the perfect hairstyle to go with them. Has Jamie asked for some yet?
oooh pretty! I had the same peach cokebottle frames as Jack's mommy. Sigh, if only the 80's were so cool. Pretty, Pretty Maia.
So cute! But so very, very grown up.
My 5 y.o. wishes she needed glasses. I finally broke down and bought her plain frames and lenses for $8. When she reads to me for school, she has to run and put them on first. :)My oldest (10 y.o.) mentioned not being able to see the board so well last year. I admittedly didn't pursue it as soon as I should have. I didn't think it was too serious, but when I took the girls and myself for eye exams I felt awful. Her prescription is identical to mine (plus an astigmatism), and I know how bad my eyes are. I cried for her... now I knew how little she could see in class. I totally blew that one. All I could think of is how I hated glasses at her age and never wore them. I still don't wear them all the time (only when I need to see distances better), but she suffered because of me. :(She never takes them off now.
So Cute! And Happy birthday to Maia!
Sometimes it has to be done! I cried when my *14 year old* daughter turned out to need glasses...she only needs them for watching telly & reading the board at school, but glasses have so much kudos these days that she wants to wear them all the time. Maia looks like she really enjoys them - it's hard for us, but we need to go with the flow and accept it!
Oh, she looks brilliant in her specs! I'm another one with 80s peach milk bottle specs at the age of 8 back in the day, followed by frosted pale blue milk bottle tops. So, so much cooler these days. If they made Maia's in grown up sizes, I would totally wear them!
So cute! My first specs were hideous NHS heavy plastic brown ones.
I thought she couldn't get cuter x
Wish I'd had groovy specs like that when I was a kid - mine were NHS blue ones.