Thank you @AkronChildrens Hospital for the great care we received



I promised to update you all on how Emmett’s ophthalmology appointment with Dr. Lawhon went yesterday. 

If I could choose only one word to describe our experience yesterday..hmm.

Awesome.  I would say Awesome.

Emmett’s glasses have given him 20/30 vision. There’s no need for an eyepatch this time but we’ll reevaluate in 3 months.  This is a huge improvement from his natural 20/200 vision without his glasses.



Emmett had a great appointment, at least after the brief wait in the waiting room.

He loves Dr.  Lawhon and enjoyed the eye chart and the cool Mickey Mouse, spinning laser light thing. Emmett was clammering to get his hands on that toy for awhile.  As far as Emmett was concerned, it was worth the wait. 

This appointment was a an overwhelming success. 



The only downside to this was I received the phone call about Gavin’s immune system as we were walking out of the office and heading to the car.  🙁

With that said, I would like to thank Dr. Lawhon and Akron Children’s Hospital for once again taking care of my family.  🙂

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