The last weekend before we left London for our long summer holiday in the Czech Republic we were invited to Disney HQ in Hammersmith for a preview of their new FINDING DORY movie.
Both girls are huge Finding Nemo movie fans, and as being invited to the actual Disney headquarters doesn’t happen everyday, we all expected a very exciting day, and it was!
Not only that we got to see Jacqui fromÂ Mummy’s Little MonkeyÂ and her lovely girls, but the screening was in 3D, what a treat!
Me & Jacqui from Mummy’s Little Monkey
After the girls had their arms painted, I went to have Olivia’s eyes checked by a member of Specsavers team, and it looks like she might need to wear glasses.
FINDING Dory fans are in for a treat this summer as Specsavers launches a new range of childrenâ€™s glasses including four different underwater-inspired frames so kids can channel their favourite fishy characters.
Designed to ensure the best anatomical fit for young faces, the Finding Dory glasses are priced at
Â£64 and free for under-16s with an NHS optical voucher.
All come fitted with flex-hinges and scratch resistant lenses with a UV filter. Plus children can also choose an additional free pair of frames in the Specsaversâ€™ kids get two free pairs offer.
These are our favourites! Finding Dory glasses. A colourful coral reef provides the backdrop for Nemo and Dory on the temples of this purple frame.
This is a slightly larger style, with a crystal acetate front, a stainless steel adjustable temple, and tonal acetate plastic temple tips with an HD printed design.
The flex hinges are ideal for comfort and durability.
Â· Specsavers recommends children start having their eyes tested from the age of 3 â€“ 4 years old
Â· Specsavers recommends regular sight tests every 2 years
Â· Regular sight tests are especially important for children under the age of 8, as any minor eye conditions such as lazy eyes and squints can still be corrected before a child turns 8
Â· Specsavers has teamed up with Thomson Screening to deliver free vision-screening software to every primary and secondary school across the country.
Â· The SchoolScreenerEZ is a piece of software that schools can download to carry out three-minute preliminary test of each childâ€™s eyes. The screening includes a test for colour vision and can be used on children of all ages.
Â· More information can be found at: https://www.specsavers.co.uk/screeningforschools