My youngest son is at that age (9 months) where he thinks it is HILARIOUS to grab Mommy’s eyeglasses off my face and start playing/chewing with them. With my first son I indulged him because, AW, how cute — and he broke several pairs of glasses, which led me start buying my eyeglasses online.
I had great luck with the first batch a few years ago (read my full adventures here), but part of the fun of having cheap eyeglasses is you can get new ones whenever you want. These tortoise shell pink ones were my favorites from my last batch of home try-ons from Warby Parker, and I may just have to pull the trigger on them — I keep thinking about them!
They’re $95 with prescription lenses, offer 100% UV protection, anti scratch and anti-reflective coating included. (Progressive lenses are also available, but for $295.) Warby Parker Annette Eyeglasses
(N.B. Your prescription can change during pregnancy, and doesn’t settle down until about 6 months postpartum — another vote in favor of cheap eyeglasses if you’re in the pregnancy corridor.) After my first son my prescription actually got BETTER — I haven’t yet gotten a new prescription to see where I landed after H.)
Psst: check out my Zenni kids review, now that I’ve started buying eyeglasses online for my youngest son!
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