Every day I have meant to sit down and write about so many things. There have been rumblings of advocates in Ontario wanting to see changes in schools. There has been my own research and internal battle on whether or not to get a CGMS for my son. And of course, there has been the diabetes roller ... Read More about Happy Holidays
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This past week has been very full and very emotional. There have been many decisions on my plate and many issues floating around in my world. Always front and center is diabetes care. I was lucky enough to have some wonderful friends to speak with. They reminded me that it is okay to discipline ... Read More about It is okay to discipline children with type 1 diabetes for not doing diabetes-related tasks
Can I cry now? Can I cry now? I feel like just sitting down and letting everything go. I am not sure if I would be crying for my failings or the failings of my child. These are the frustrations of a parent of a child with diabetes. Would crying change anything? Probably not. Would I feel ... Read More about The frustrations of a parent of a child with diabetes
Going to your first outdoor concert with your children can be pretty interesting. You know that you will have hours of standing on your feet. There will be unpredictable weather. Because of the large crowds, you will be herded around like cattle. You know that you will have to pack as much ... Read More about Attending a concert with diabetes