That is amazing. I've had diabetes for 21 years now (also not remembering life before), I've worked four sessions of family camp during the summers of 2008 & 2009, and one set of parents stood out to me. This mother & father said "What can we do so that she is like you?" Uh, wow. Talk about on the spot pressure and I had to go back to all those years ago and what my parents did for me. It was tough though, because my life didn't revolve around diabetes. It was there, every single day, we all know that it was, but the things I remember about my childhood weren't the things of diabetes. And there was definitely the Halloween hints (sell your candy) and the support groups, and the teaching the friends and cousins about it, and of course camp. I know that I've certainly felt frustrations when my mother has said "I know what you're going through" because she doesn't technically, but then I think about my best friend whose mother was just diagnosed with T1 diabetes, and would I ever wish that on my own mother? No way (when I was little I certainly did). Until there is a cure, our biggest support group will be the parents of people with diabetes, and we must never forget it. Thank you for opening our eyes to the views of other parents.