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Try to keep your eyes dry on this one. Baby Leo Wilbur Reppond suffers from a rare disorder called oculocutaneous albinism, which affects one in 20,000 children and often results in a severe vision impairment. Fortunately, Leo’s parents were able to find an amazing pediatric ophthalmologist who was able to get infant glasses. The glasses that were fit for Leo include a normal lens, but the frame doesn’t consist of any hinges, screws, or sharp edges, and are made from rubber. His mother put the glasses to work for the first time, and let’s just say it’s cuteness overload! Check it out:

Video and photo courtesy of Entertainment HD on YouTube

H/T: DailyMail

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