Sunday Seven

  • Dexcom G4 approved (for adults) – so happy for my DOC friends and all pwd/cwd that will be able to get the G4 – it is an amazing Dcare tool. Hoping FDA approves for under 17 so I can beg our insurance company to help us get them for our kids. Currently our insurance will not approve anything ‘off label’ so we need under 17 approval if we want financial help via insurance.
  • Hubby and Middles attended a 3 night/4 day field trip – missed having them around – hated not being able to chaperone myself (dads with sons/ moms with daughters). They both had a blast and I’m thankful Chad had a chance to spend the time with Middles on a school event.
  • During a late night sugar check I walked in to find Sugarboy drinking an imaginary juice – blood sugar was 46 – gave him a real juice – check in 30 min to find a lower sugar – another juice – 30 min later 118. Sad and thankful to find other dmamas on FB (one whose son was eating an air sandwich about the same time sugarboy was enjoying his imaginary juice)
  • While walking to lunch after class a friend of Sweetstuffs thought she (sweetstuff) looked ‘off’. She encouraged Sweetstuff to test her blood sugar. Sweetstuff said she was fine and continued on to lunch (she was gonna test soon anyway). The other student continued to encourage Sweetstuff to check her sugars. Begrudgingly Sweetstuff did as she was asked sooner than she would have for lunch. She was 35. While the friend could have gloated or said “i told you so” she instead fished a fruit roll-up from the Dpack and handed it to Sweetstuff – she also alerted a teacher. First have I said how badly I want the Dexcom G4s for my kids and second have I told you all how blessed we are for all the wonderful friends Sweetstuff has made in our new home.
  • I had an off morning – I texted some wonderful DOC friends in a group message that I hated CA and wanted to go home to TX. I got lots of virtual hugs back. I love “The Hive” – and I am thankful to always have this group of friends in my pocket – always only a text away.
  • First family outing since we officially moved in to our home. We went to a pumpkin patch with a huge corn maze. The boys took off on their own to find their way through the maze (daddy close on their heals) while Sweetstuff and I wandered slowly through the tall corn stalks and discussed how much more fun it might be at night. After navigating the corn maze we picked out pumpkins, enjoyed some fresh corn on the cob and called it a win.
  • Today – best day of the week. Completed our first ever JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes in CA. It was at the Oakland Zoo. It was very foggy and misting just a bit – perfect walking weather. We were joined by two of Sweetstuff’s friends and another mom. I met Mr. Mike Lawson of the Diabetes Hands Foundation promoting the Big Blue Test. He is as sweet in charming in person as he is in the DOC. Can’t wait for more meet ups.

About Christina

Mom of 3 kids, all 3 have Type 1 diabetes - I blog to share stories. I am not a medical professional and my thoughts are my own. Please do not make changes to your medical care plan based on my stories - always consult your medical team. Hope you find something in my ramblings helpful and or amusing. You can find me on twitter @momof3T1s and on my Facebook page Stick With It Sugar. May all your dreams forever be bolus worthy.
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