Whitney got out of the NICU on Wed and Wed afternoon she saw Dr. A to make sure she was safe to travel so off we went Wed evening to head to MO. We got home on Thurs. evening. I do have to say I LOVE what breast feeding is doing to my blood sugars. I am just sticking with my basal amounts of insulin, no boluses at meal times and my blood sugar is between 80-100 and I am eating carbs and still not going to high. They told me I needed to be on a 2600 calorie diet right now. I can see why after what I have seen my blood sugars doing. The other night I had double portions of meatloaf, mac and cheese, mashed taters, and salad and 3 hours later my blood sugar was 83 and I started out at 91 before.

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Comment by Kristin on March 15, 2009 at 2:38pm
Glad that all is well! The diet sounds nice :) Keep us posted!
Comment by Sweeter Cherise on March 15, 2009 at 2:38pm
I am glad you and Whitney made it home safe:) Can't wait to see pic's

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