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When her 4-year-old son Noah was reduced to tears by the thought of wearing glasses, Lindsey Fisher decided to turn to an unlikely source for help: Facebook.
To show Noah he was not alone, Fisher created a Facebook group called "Glasses for Noah."
On the Facebook page Fisher wrote that Noah didn't want to wear glasses. "He keeps telling us that 'everyone will laugh at him.'"
To help her son, Fisher made a request: "Show Noah how awesome glasses really are by posting some pictures for him to see you in your glasses!"
It turns out plenty of people wanted to show off their spectacles. Thousands posted photos to the page with supportive messages for Noah. The page has currently been liked by more than 4,000 people.
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