My son – Trey posted the picture above can submit other photos just chose one of him closest up – filter doesn’t have an effect on his eye color -that’s his eyes … he is eleven and very down on himself for his “condition” … instead of feeling unique as he is, he feels different and gets picked on for that !
This is for my daughter. She was born with complete heterochromia. When I first found out she had different coloured eyes I worried about what color eye shadows she could wear. Now that she’s 3, there are no fears. I encourage her to embrace it and love it. She knows they’re different and tells people. I want her to be proud that she is different and unique as she grows. Her older sister is proud to show off her baby sister, saying she is a gift.
Okay, Heterochromia Iridum. No one really cared what you looked like. Your skin color, your hair type, your eye color. It was all thrown in the bin of “Who cares?”. Imagine this. You live in a world where you have an eye color of your own and one from the color of your soulmates. Sounds simple, right? Not when everything gets complicated. Then you’re completely wrong.