First things first, the second opinion went far better. It lasted an hour. Dr. C did a bunch of tests and really spent time with C and us. C had to have his eyes dilated again and it got to be nap time so he wasn't happy at the end, but overall he did well. Dr. C said he saw NO SIGNS of a muscle or nerve palsy. This was wonderful news. He did see that he is farsighted. His left eye is greater than his right and that is why his left eye turns in more. Dr. C said that if it is 3 or less they normal grow out of it and don't need glasses later in life. C is at 3 for the left and 2 for the right. Otherwise his eyes look perfectly normal and healthy inside. Dr. C told me the other Dr has a rough bedside manner, but he is a good Dr. Whatever dude! Dr. C was very good and very thorough. I trust him and his opinion totally. He said we will look at C again in 6 months. Works for us.
Now, Rich & I have had this discussion on whether to tell the families or not. Part of me says yes so they know not to get in his face to try and get his attention. It will not work. Part of me says no because then we are going to get bombarded with calls all the time. That is what the other blog was for, so we didn't have to call after every appt and milestone. Everyone can read it on their own. I guess it is for selfish reasons I don't want to share the news with our families. I like my evenings to be peaceful and stress-free.