Well, actually Madison can. She had an eye doctor appointment last night. I changed her from the pediatric ophthalmologist to the eye doctor Bill and I go to. It's just down the street, and it's covered under our vision insurance (whereas her ophthalmologist was not). The amazing thing is that we've been going to the other place for 2 (aff) years, and I learned more about what's up with Madison's eyes last night!
Now, we ended up at the ophthalmologist when Madison was 3 (aff), because she had a lazy eye. The glasses were to correct it. What I was never told was that she has a refractive error in her eyes, so she'll always wear glasses. She'll always have to wear glasses. Unlike adults, they also don't give them the full prescription right away either. They slowly work their way up. This explains why every single year her prescription has changed. Also, until they get her to her full prescription her depth perception sucks. For us, this explains a lot. We couldn't figure out why she can't catch. Well, that explains a lot. If you don't have depth perception that would make it quite difficult.
Now, we wait for her new lenses. These still aren't her full prescription, but her new doctor has already told us that she's putting Madison on an accelerated schedule to get her up to where she needs to be.