The anti-inflammatory eyedrops I've been using post-lasik are white. Which is half scary, half weird, and 100% wth. I really don't know why they've made it so. Why not just keep it transparent? Or at least opaque? Why must be like 110% white kind of white??? 🤔 See!
Dare not show super close up lest I freak you out. Haha.
I look like a walking freak-show
every time I apply it la. 😑
Thankfully, it doesn't scare my kids though. I thought it would but it doesn't. JJ couldn't be bothered at all, and it just makes JZ a little concerned and curious but nope, no fear whatsoever. Phew!
Anyhoo, although JJ's vocabulary is pretty wide for a 2.5yo kid (shameless brag 😝) he still has lots of room to grow and much to learn. I had this conversation with him today...
Pam Song: What colour are Mommy's tears?
JJ: Uh... Black!
Pam Song: Ha??? Black!? Look again!
JJ: Uh... White?
Pam Song: Yes! So weird, right? What colour are your tears?
Pam Song: No, they're transparent! Trans-pa-rent!
Pam Song: Yes. My tears are white now but yours are? Trans...?
JJ: ...former. 😁
Pam Song: 😳😂😅
New words – the struggle is real... for a 2yo. 😄