Monthly Archives: August 2013

You Worry About Yourself – DSMA August Blog Carnival

August’s DSMA Blog Carnival topic asks:  What can a parent of a child with diabetes, or a person with diabetes, do to help reduce the emotional impact of caring for diabetes? Good question. I fit into both of these categories … Continue reading

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Oh 504

Any parent of a T1, school-aged child will recognize the 504 — the document that ensures that our kids can get the same access to education as any other child in school. We’re lucky – our school is on top … Continue reading

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Oh the thinks you could think (with apologies to Dr. Seuss)

Recently Glu’s question of the day was something like, “if there was suddenly a CURE – what would you do first.” I would definitely get all the pump paraphenalia off of the bear and let her eat whenever she wants. … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: YDMV

Yesterday         This morning: 315 <sigh>

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How did we do diabetes before texting?

On Saturday afternoon, we left the bear with the family who will be taking care of her after school this fall. We had tickets to hear Neil Gaiman (squeee!) and since we are living in babysitter hell at the moment, … Continue reading

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