"sleep? who needs sleep! Ya right, I wish! Actually my husband and i trade off duty so that at least one of us can sleep through the night. I cherish those stretches when both girls are stable, although with puberty those nights seem few and far…"
"We have had quite a year so far. Surgeries, A1c's x 4...still need to get an A1c on my non-d son. We are now getting ready for our regional Tour de Cure where are family has been asked to be the ambassadors for. Diabetes is a wild ride and many…"
I have two boys with diabetes as well. They were diagnosed quite young and are grown men and doing so well. Your boys are adorable! They remind me of mine. I always had a car full of snacks; now I found glucose Quick Sticks which don't need to be chewed, so that is a bonus!! Good luck my friend, beautiful family!
Thank you!! my son is 4 he was 12 months when diagnosed... its nice to meet other parents of type 1s diagnosed so young... I couldn't even imagine doing it with two young boys... and your husband... what an accomplishment!! Merry Christmas and God Bless!! :-)
Hey Tracy....I would love to be able to bounce ideas off of each other. The more help the better. I also have a blog, if you are interested. www.thediabeticduo.com Don't feel obligated if blogs aren't your thing.
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