"Hi there, we are doing pretty good here, how are you? We are working on getting Danica a pump, hopefully soon, she is stilll trying to decide which one she wants, its amazing what they have to offer now. Have a great day....Happy Halloween"
"Hi Erin, I am the one in the middle of the picture, but not the one with diabetes. My daughter (theone in the grey sweater) is the one that was recently diagnosed, she is 13, her name is Danica Asher and she is also on tudiabetes and looking for new…"
"hey im erin i have been diagnosed for about a month now. so yeah if you r u the girl in the middle in the screename picture then we must be around the same age and u r a new diabetic also isn't it all overwhelming? :)"
hey im erin i have been diagnosed for about a month now. so yeah if you r u the girl in the middle in the screename picture then we must be around the same age and u r a new diabetic also isn't it all overwhelming? :)
I was told that the best book for people who want to learn about insulin pumps is "Pumping Insulin" by Walsh & Roberts. I actually bought this book and it arrived a couple days ago, but the UPS guy put it in our garage and my dogs got to it before I did (my shepherd likes to chew things up; I'm about ready to skin her alive). I've been skimming through what's left of the book while waiting for my replacement to come from Amazon.
Hi there! you just joined Monday? Was one of your daughters just diagnosed? Let me know if you have any questions because I'm in the process of writing a Q&A book on parenting T1D children so it would be good to hear what other parents want to know... and oh boy, after almost a year of dealing with this, I am having trouble remembering what it was like to still be in the transition phase.
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So you have heard of Giving Tuesday, right? Maybe you have seen the hashtag: #GivingTuesday. If you are like me, confused by all of the messages pointing in different directions floating around social media, you may be wondering, “What is Read on! →
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