#3 got glasses today. We've known for a long time that he has double vision, and the eye doctor has been monitoring him. Last week at his check-up, she decided that it was time for glasses to correct his far-sightedness. Dyslexia and double-vision are causing enough eyestrain, so even though his prescription is not severe we've decided that he needs the help.
He was so excited on the way to pick them up. "Will they help me only see one of things?" He asked in excited tones.
"No," I replied. "They will only make things less blurry. Correcting the double vision comes later." I paused for a moment and asked, "Do you always see two of everything?"
He thought for a moment and then said, "Yes. Unless there are two of them and then I see four."