Natasha got her first glasses less than 6 month ago.
Back at that appointment the eye doctor said to watch her and bring her back in 6 months if we noticed her vision deteriorating.
I ranked at this idea for a number of reasons. First, it just seemed like a way to get extra business, so there was an automatic conflict of interest. Second I wasn’t sure I could notice “a deterioration of her vision.”
Well, I did.
She started squinting about a month ago, and then sitting on the chair in fron of the movie rather than on the couch.
I called and made a new appointment.
She needs new lenses.
But (and this was the part I didn’t know to expect) our insurance will cover the cost of the new lenses because the replacement/correction is happening less than 6-months later.