When my son was one year old, my husband and I were told he would need glasses to correct his far-sightedness and to help with other eye problems he was born with. Since my husband and I both wear glasses, we were not too surprised. We were, however, skeptical about putting glasses on a curious and rambunctious one year old boy.
When we went to pick out frames, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Disney Eyewear provided a decent selection of small child frames for both boys and girls. I had had fears of ugly glasses with elastic headbands to keep them on, but after looking over the choices, I could see that our little one would be stylish and hip.
The Disney Eyewear 153ct glasses are a copper and brass colored wire frame with what I would describe as "fat oval" lenses. They have c-hook ear pieces that wrap around my son's ears, so he can keep them on in spite of his little nose.
The frames themselves are highly flexible, and withstood every test my one year old put them through, including an insistance on putting them on himself.
Since boys will be boys, we did have to take the glasses in for frequent readjustments due to sleeping in the glasses, falling, wrestling and just generally being a boy. The flexibility and sturdiness of the frames allowed for perfect readjustment every time they were taken in.
Glasses, even for little ones, are not cheap, but with Disney Eyewear, parents will definitely get their money's worth from these stylish and fun frames.