A four-week-old Caucasian female (born at 39 weeks via C-section, no complications during pregnancy or delivery) with past medical history only significant for bilateral club feet was brought in by her mother for “drifting of the right eye” and “cloudy” appearance of the pupil noted since birth. No significant family ocular history is reported by the mother. The patient did not react to a light stimulus shining on the right eye but did on the left eye. There was a notable right exotropia, but motility was full by doll’s head maneuver. Slit lamp exam of the right eye is demonstrated in the photo; the left eye appeared normal.