Craig and Madi are siblings who both have Type 1 diabetes. They were both diagnosed in 2012 and with in 4 months of each other. Craig (16) and Madi (7) are awesome kids and here you will see the everyday things that come with Type 1. There is no cure for type 1 diabetes. Thank you so much for reading!!
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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Day 131

Well Madi had an appointment a few days ago. She gained 3 pounds1 and her A1C was down to 7.4. (from 7.7 at her last appointment 3 months ago) yay!

She wanted to ask a few questions about a pump.. She has been asking for a pump for a month now..
Randomly she will ask me a few questions so she finally got to ask the doctor..

Before now, Craig has made it very clear that he is not interested in a pump and that he is never getting a pump..  ever!

Well after Madi's appointment she cam e home and told Craig about it...
Now he wants a pump! I couldnt believe it!

Who knew a 4 year old could inspire a 13 year old?!

So now we have to make an appointment for both of the kiddos to go and meet with a pump specialist..

“As we pass through the trials of life, let us keep an eternal perspective, let us not complain, let us become even more prayerful, let us serve others, and let us forgive one another. As we do this, ‘all things [will] work together for good to [us] that love God.’ ”
James B. Martino

"Each of us will face trials and tests, and . . . it is how we react to those difficulties that will determine our success and happiness. Each of us will face adversity no matter where we are. We will each face times of difficulty, and the question is not when we will face them but how we face them."
James B. Martino

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