Ours run the gamut. One of the boys has been a bit "reserved" - especially since I took him to get "fixed." I don't blame him. A couple others are little love monsters who give and receive love with wonderful abandon. We bred one pair like that and 6 of the 8 puppies are the same way.
Hi Michelle - wow - 13 months old for your husbands diagnose!!! So, he must be like me - pretty used to living with it by now! Glad you are such a supportive spouse - that is what helps me out - that my husband "gets me" (well most of the time - he's learning how to handle me when I have a hypo - emotional twit that I can sometimes become - luckily - get way less of those with being on pump now LOL). How is he liking the pump - lucky guy - no tubing (he can't wrap it around you know what LOL). So, take care - and glad to see you have joined up to Tudiabetes!! BTW, my sis-in-law is from Georgia (Atlanta) - been there a few times over the years - long drive - but the southern hospitality is soooo worth it.
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