The children made it to the "teenage years" fairly recently. If they make it to 15-16 I would be very, very surprised but that's another topic.
Taking the kids to their NANA's the other night, the doors were all closed, they had their stuff... as I turned over the ignition, one of them asked "... dad did you test..." and the other followed up with "...yeah, you remember THAT time..." refering to an incident "... when you were low and had to pull over..." "...we nearly died"
It hurts irrepairably that apparently I scarred them so badly, an event years past, (never repeated) keeps coming back to terrify them and haunt me with private racking tears
What answers do other diabetic parents have to their "low incidents" where their kids have been a part of, (but should never have seen) regardless remember it/them far too often.
What do you do???