Keeping track of your child’s vision milestones may help you know whether your child is having vision problems. Just remember that some children may reach milestones at different ages.
- Infants’ eyes are often uncoordinated and may appear cross-eyed. By 3 months, however, a child begins to see an object as one image and is able to follow light, faces and objects.
- All children have poor eyesight at birth.
- If you suspect that your child isn’t seeing correctly or is having other problems with his or her vision, consult your child's physician.