Lucky me, I do! My daughter and son-in-law live with me. He'll sometimes notice that I haven't eaten much, and present me with a plate of food - LC!
Tonight he came into the kitchen (also my 'office') and said... if you feel like taking a little extra insulin, there's home made cherry vanilla ice cream. Love it that he knows what I eat regularly, but also knows that if I want a treat occasionally I'll have it. My daughter married well LOL
+1 to that!
This morning at first finger poke , hubby getting breakfast going , including milk for me , I expressed a 3.7 ( x 18 ) result ; he turned around and handed me the glass with the 1 percent milk . He truly got it this morning :)
Keep him nel ;)
Thanks jrtpup ...even if I have my doubts ...and so does he ...will keep :)
No, I do not. But there are people who fill in different parts of the grid - living with T1 diabetes, cancer and life-threatening depression is a pretty pukey combination.
On the other hand, I've lived without support for so long that I probably would not recognize it if it whacked me upside the head.
PS Let me clarify - of course I feel that all of my friends here on TD get it. Big time.
And my heart carries a lot of gratitude for that.
But in person-to-person life, no.
My son is highly interested in it. He even checks my 24 hour plot on my CGM and comments how good or bad a day it has been. But he is also 10 and still thinks dad is cool and someone to look up to.
My wife cares but never really asks. It is pretty much off her radar. But after 17 years together she does automatically pack things for lows when we are going on a picnic or what have you. I have quite mixed emotions about it. Sometimes I am glad I really don't have anyone looking over my shoulder but at those times I want to throw a pity party I have no one show up.
Yes. My husband, while quite ill himself, is fantastic!
I can understand how you'd have mixed emotions!
Enjoy your son's 10 year old adulation while it lasts LOL