by Amy Bevan
Adjusting to our son’s type 1 diabetes was the most overwhelming thing I’d ever had to do. Until our separation.
by Kerri Sparling, guest blogger, SixUntilMe.com
My blood sugar was 385 mg/dL, but I definitely did NOT eat those cupcakes.
by Kristina Dooley, guest blogger, InspiredbyIsabella.com
Since Isa’s type 1 diabetes diagnosis, we’ve tried hard to spread out our attention evenly between our triplets. The key word here is “try.” Here are a few ways we lessen the jealousy levels.
by Heather Schuerman, guest blogger, Raisingrushandemmy.wordpress.com
How do we juggle type 1 diabetes care between two parents, two stepparents, and an active 5-and-a-half-year-old? We have a system.
Despite being recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, our son was OK. Until one night, he wasn’t.
by Kristina L. Dooley, guest blogger, InspiredbyIsabella.com
After a type 1 diabetes diagnosis, you’ll get lots of advice from fellow D-moms. But there are some things you just won’t hear, even though they’re things that you need to know.
In a lot of ways, it’s like the most high-maintenance boyfriend I’ve ever had, interrupting me ALL. DAY. LONG. If only I could write back when the CGM is blowing up my phone, here’s what I might say.
Browse the archives of the DiabetiConfessions Tumblr and you’ll find secrets ranging from the lighthearted to the heartbreaking.
by Stacey Simms, guest blogger, Diabetes Connections
My mother’s wedding day advice proved helpful not just for our marriage but for type 1 diabetes care too.
From the funny to the truly frustrating, those little everyday challenges that diabetes brings to child-rearing are, if nothing else, unique.