by Kerri Sparling, guest blogger, SixUntilMe.com
The movie is a true story. But it’s not everyone’s story. And it’s not actually about diabetes.
by Amy Drauschke
Most parents get a three-day crash course in diabetes care at the hospital. But what’s it like to suddenly become a new D-parent…when the child has already been living with type 1 for years?
by Kristina Dooley, guest blogger, InspiredbyIsabella.com
A scary low, a sleepless night, a way-too-long stretch of seesaw-number days…you need to read this.
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.
My blood sugar was 385 mg/dL, but I definitely did NOT eat those cupcakes.
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.