My DD turned 6 in April. A few days ago, we noticed that her left eye was sometimes wandering inwards. It wasn't happening all the time, but it got to the point yesterday where she would close that eye because the eye-crossing was distorting her vision. I took her to my pediatrician immediately, who was completely stumped and he sent me to an ophthalmologist today. The eye doctor was completely baffled as well. Her only thought was to put her in glasses (even though her vision is good) because she thought it might help her focus and eventually the eye-crossing would stop. This sucks - glasses suck. I had them as a young kid and it was awful. I hate to put her through wearing glasses just because the doctor doesn't know what else to do. The other thing I'm worried about is what if her left eye-crossing is permanent? She already has some minor developmental delays that have made her socially awkward, and now she's going to be teased for wearing glasses of being cross-eyed??? This isn't one of those common cases of "lazy eye" so I guess I was just wondering if anyone on the Forum had an experience with this?