My daughter will be "celebrating" her one year anniversary with being diagnosed w/ type 1. I'm looking for ideas for a gift to congratulate her on her hardwork from managing her shots right away to upgrading to a pump a few months ago. She just turned 12. Any ideas?

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Comment by Suzanne on June 1, 2009 at 7:30pm
If you want to get her something cute, you can let her pick a fancy glucometer case from these folks (girls love stuff like this). We get a discount being tu members, look under About Us in the menu bar above, under discounts:

http://stickmedesigns.com/shop/index.php?cPath=1&osCsid=9c10bd...


Or maybe a really pretty medic alert bracelet with beads and colors she can pick. This is also a place that gives us a tu discount:

http://www.hahoriginals.com/catalog/default.php/cPath/66_68


Or maybe take her to a concert. She has been acting so grown up in taking care of herself that maybe you guys could go to a show together. My mom took me to see The Police (I am dating myself here) in the 80's as a reward for a job well done in school (this was before the D but it was my favorite concert to this day because I was with my mom).

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