The exchange has been watched 3 million times in just over a week.
<h1>Last week a mother uploaded this video of her baby seeing her face for the first time.</h1> <a href="http://bit.ly/1CkZ1OB">http://bit.ly/1CkZ1OB</a> The accompanying caption says the child, called Louise, suffers from albinism – a condition that affects melanin, the pigment that colours skin, hair, and eyes.
The National Health Service says people with albinism can suffer with eyesight problems, sensitivity to light, and nystagmus (involuntary eye movements).
<h1>The video shows Louise's reaction to putting on her glasses for the first time.</h1>
"It seems like she is really 'seeing' her mommy for the first time," the video on the <a href="http://bit.ly/1BhVr68">Louise and Albinism</a> channel declares.
<h1>And her joy at seeing her mother is very clear to see.</h1>
The incredibly cute reaction has so far been watched more than 3 million times since being uploaded on 13 January.
<h1>The channel also includes a video of Louise's mother singing "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".</h1> <a href="http://bit.ly/1CkYZGv">http://bit.ly/1CkYZGv</a>