Simple Tips for Living With Diabetes
My goal is to share our daily highs and lows of life as a diabetic family. Three diabetics one family… it gets crazy.
I hope to help others on their journey and inspire you to never stop being that diabadass that you are!
What It’s Really Like To Be A Parent To a Type 1 Diabetic
T1Dmom sometimes I forget there is more to me then that. Diabetes is a disease that can easily consume you. Especially when it’s your child’s life and health your worried about. Most days my bed goes unmade, the plates in the sink tower up, and I can’t remember the last time I vacuumed. But I…
Navigating your endo appointment before going back to school
For parents of children with type 1 diabetes, the back-to-schoolseason is anything but calm. The months leading up to the first dayrevolve around doctor’s appointments, prescription refills, packingsupplies and training school staff. If this is your first year preparingfor school, here’s what you need to know and plan for your child’sback-to-school endocrinology appointment. When should…
3 Months on Omnipod 5: Our Experience
Here is our 90 day experience on the new Omnipod 5 insulin pump
Budget Friendly Way to Carry Your Diabetic Equipment
Hello Everyone! I know a lot of people who read our blog are newly diagnosed or parents to a newly diagnosed child. As a family of 3 diabetics we understand the crazy amount of money that diabetes costs people. Pricey endocrinology visits, the absurd cost of insulin and other prescriptions, pricey medical technology, and that…
Disability Pride Month
When people find out we are parents to a child with disabilities we get one of a few different responses: “I don’t know how you do it” “You are so strong” “That must be hard” Although I typically respond with: “Emma is much stronger then I am.” But what i really want to say is.…
US MED For Diabetic Supplies Delivery
Thank you US MED for sponsoring this post. Keep reading to find out all about US MED For Diabetic Supplies Delivery New Year, New You! We’ve all heard this expression but when you have diabetes, new year feels more like: new year, new deductibles, new insurance, new prior authorizations, new prescriptions, and the new headache…
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