A  mom is producing a line of T-shirts inspired by her little boy and his glasses. The goal is to make people of all ages, but especially children, feel good about their glasses.Jessica Butler said her son Scott was born with a congenital cataract, and required surgery when he was just 4 weeks old. Since then, glasses and eye patches have been a part of his everyday life. And so have the questions from strangers. Many people ask whether the toddler's glasses are even real.

It's all inspired a line of T-shirts and a company called Eye Power For Kid's Wear. The goal is to make people of all ages, but especially children, feel good about their glasses. One of the most popular shirts says, "My glasses give me superpowers."

Jessica is hoping this project will inspire others, especially families who have to go through the patching process of a child with an eye disorder.

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