Originally Posted by MACerette
My daughter is nearly blind. One eye has 1% vision, the other less. It is amazing what she can do with that poor vision. People come up to me all the time in awe of what they see her doing. How she's running about, doing things all the other kids are doing. Your son sounds like a smart kid. It might seem depressing now, but have confidence that he will find ways to cope with his colour blindness. It will not affect his happiness. Have faith
aww, those are the things that make me happy, the things they can overcome, it's like my daughter she was born a premie at 29 weeks and they said she might not make it, she made, they said she might be slower than other kids, she's one of the smartest w honor roll and student of the year, she's def done everything they said she couldn't or wouldn't be able to do because of being born early, and my son well they said he had add and well i still don't think he does only sometimes but he's one of the smartest in his class as well, and his color blindess at first bummed me out but it honestly could be worse and as long as he's the happy child he is i'm happy, i didn't show i was worried or else it might rub off but i always ensourage my kids to try their best at everything and i'm happy to say i'm a proud mom and couldn't be more happier than what my kids have accomplished in school and in anything they do and will always continue to be proud of them no matter what someone says they can't do. Thanks for sharing with me I feel a lot better, happy to hear your daughter as well continues to be a happy child.
Thanks specktra girls and guys I love you all and am thankful i became a part of this loving community that i can say are my makeup loving family, and we're very supportive when it comes to other issues