Diabetes Care kit

Bought a Nintendo DS case for her care kit, holds a pull up, sani wipes and everything she could possibly need for a day out away from home, even holds my pocket book.

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Comment by stretched2thin on November 4, 2010 at 7:43am
plus this case is harder than a lunch bag cause its for a video games.
Comment by stretched2thin on November 4, 2010 at 7:40am
I bought this at toys r us, go in electronics look for a dsi case. The clear compartment for the pen needles, you can buy a tiny clear container at Joann fabrics or walmart (walmart is in crafts sewing - it has sewing pins in it but i tossed them out) the clear containers cost a dollar. we can fit about a weeks or more of stuff in our kit. plus all her medical papers for appointments.
Comment by Lara on November 3, 2010 at 9:29am
I am 35 and have a Hello Kitty lunch pack that I use for all my diabetic supplies. I can fit about a weeks worth of stuff in it. I wish I had compartments or pockets though, everything gets mixed up. Maybe I'll look for this case, where did you buy it?

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