When Edison was just a few weeks old, his parents, Shandell and Robby, began noticing that his eyes seemed different in the way they moved and their size.
Shortly after, Edison, who is now about 16 months old, was diagnosed with bilateral microphthalmia, which means his eyes are underdeveloped.
Hear his story through the perspective of his parents and how they are learning to help Edison adapt to his visual impairment and begin to thrive as a young child.
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