This post just totally made me tear up! I still wish we could all live in one neighborhood together...LOL! I admire you for being able to handle a little one with diabetes. Kacey was 8 when she was diagnosed and she is old enough to tell me when she feels lows or shes grumpy from a high but I cant imagine the frustration of a baby with diabetes. All the questions...is he crying cuz hes high? low? hungry? tired? The add sickness in the mix and I'd probably be in the looney bin wearing a white coat!!! You're such a strong D-Mom and ILY!!!! :)
Loved this post! So well thought out, so well written . . .so very Laura! You make me so proud . . .I hope you don't get tired of me telling you, but your Pop and I pray for you daily for strength . . .you make it all look so easy,when we all know it isn't and we are just well . . .Proud. Am so happy the DMoms and Dads form such a support team for you . . .Thanks one and all!!
Awww Laura - what a great post! Hey, we all have what we have around us for a reason. I am so glad you are in my D-Life in bloggy land. You are a great support yourself to so many D-Mommas out here. We are all members of a club we had no intention of joining. I am so glad that through all this, I met you.
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