I Wasn’t Talking To You

Having multiple kids with diabetes can be a real challenge. <<<< Biggest understatement ever.   Someone is always high or low or out of insulin or needs a site change or can’t find their meter or forgot to dose for a snack or has a low battery in a diabetes related device. There. Is. Always. […]

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I’m just here for the gloves.

It is 2015 and just so there is no confusion later this really is the year Marty came to in the future. Although that has absolutely nothing to do with this post. Honestly it has nothing to do with anything but somehow that picture has shown up on my Facebook feed a half-dozen times since […]

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Purple Because Aliens Don’t Wear Hats

If you accidentally bolus 25 units of insulin when only 3.5 units were needed and each unit of insulin will reduce blood sugar by 50 points while every 10 grams of carbs would normally require 1 unit of insulin and your blood sugar was 300, keeping in mind fast acting insulin takes approximately 20 minutes […]

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Parenting In The Time of Smartphones

I was against smartphones for the kids. Truly I was. I thought no good would come of it. There is so much danger to be found in a device that basically holds all the world’s knowledge, countless cat videos (as well as many not so innocent or entertaining), and all the evils of social media […]

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It’s Not You – It’s It

For at least the last three weeks my middles has been high. Above 200 almost consistently. So this is the end – the real end of the honeymoon stage. He was diagnosed almost a year ago – Aug 1st of 2013. A day that will live in infamy along with Feb 7, 2007 (Sugarboy’s diagnosis […]

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