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Baby Can't Stop Smiling When She Sees This...

Posted by Erica Bettencourt

Wed, Jul 15, 2015 @ 03:39 PM

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Do you remember the first time you saw your parents’ faces? For most of us, this happens so early on in our lives, we naturally forget the moment. However, for baby Piper, seeing her parents’ faces for the first time is a moment she may never forget.

As a baby, Piper’s mother realized that Piper had difficulty with simple acts, such as crawling, due to her farsightedness. Lo and behold, when baby Piper can see her parents’ faces, it is truly a beautiful moment.

Baby Piper definitely has something to grin about.

Her mother, Jessica Sinclair, posted this video last month of her daughter's reaction to a new pair of glasses.

"Her reaction melts my heart," she wrote in the description of the video that is now going viral.

Piper was having difficulty crawling, Sinclair told WKRC News in Cincinnati, and doctors discovered she was extremely farsighted.

"A week later we picked up the glasses and she tried them on for a quick second in the office to make sure they fitted properly," she told the news station. "Then we decided to go out to eat ... and then this was her reaction of her first time being able to see our faces."


Contributor: Marissa Garey and  James Gerken

Topics: baby glasses, viral video

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