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The birth of these sweet little kids was anticipated for a very long time. As their mother struggled with prenatal surgeries and premature labor, the situation was not promising for her to bring home the 3 babies from the hospital. At 25 weeks gestation, Keirsten, Leah, and Grady made their entrance into the world with a great deal of medical intervention.
We were fortunate that Lyra was diagnosed so early. She has had regular visits to her pediatric ophthalmologist since birth. At 3 months, her nystagmus, strabismus and photophobia were the primary issues. We were told she would eventually need strabismus surgery, but not how soon that might be. Dr. Grin said Lyra was beginning to show a little bit of farsightedness, but not enough to warrant glasses.