Our 3rd child was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 8 months old. Like we werent busy enough...
He is such a champ! <3Administering shots to Simon was so difficult. He cried, I cried, Dad cried. I cannot believe how well he does with pricks and pokes.
We just recently started using Katie's thumbs because her little toes were getting so callused. I love the multiclix though because it's a lot less painful (I tried it on myself) than other lancets we've tried. BTW, Reuben's sooo cute!
WHAT A LITTLE CUTIE!!!
AWWW! I am a big Delica fan!
I cannot believe it... he did not cry or complain. Which is not what I would have expected in a baby or toddler. Older children seem to take BS checks in stride once they get used to the checks. I am glad to see your little guy does the same; not sure if its as easy for all young children. He's a tough little guy, and cute as a button.
OMG what a cutie pie!!Not even a flinch or whimper. Such a trooper, I cant imagine how hard it is with such a lil one. Youre awesome!BTW I love your accent,I could listen to you talk all day! lol
He is so cute! Even though I do this to myself all day long, there's something really sad about it being done on a baby...but he is definitely a trooper!
It is amazing how they don't flinch! My son was diagnosed at 15 months old and is now 4. I cannot believe he was so little like Reuben when we started doing all this..time flies!
Informative video! Blood sugar testing is an essential part of diabetes care. It is ordered to measure the amount of glucose in the blood right at the time of sample collection. Thanks...