Glasses on a baby?When I really looked at this picture, I had a "whattheheck" moment.
A baby wearing glasses? Is that even possible?
You can't give an eyetest to a baby, since they can't give you the verbal feedback necessary to tailor the lenses to your vision properly.
In addition, the focal length of a baby's vision isn't that great anyway, since they're yet to develop proper adult vision.
- [chuckle] Remember what I said about hyperbole? It's not just verbal and narrative, it can be visual too. In this case, Sharon is relating a memory and we see it in a flashback. So Connor has probably had glasses so long its as far back as Sharon can remember, thus in her memory he always had them.
- It's actually a regularly used device in both literature and cinematic known as "unreliable narrative/narrator". Especially when there are more than one character who can refute events, often in voice-over, often prompting a revision of the related scene.
- So I'd say this is a classic "unreliable memory". It'd be different if we were shown a photograph of them as babies and he was wearing them. --Love Robin (talk) 23:52, January 9, 2014 (UTC)
- We care. We like the show and are taking the time and effort to present it here on this wikia as if it happened in real life, what we call In-Universe Perspective, or POV for short.
Is Mackenzie a common Canadian surname?
Although no official confirmation has ever been given, it has been stated that Emma's last name is also Mackenzie.