A Little Bling On Her Pump

In the early days of diagnosis we were thinking about the possibility of getting an insulin pump for A.  Hey, we are still in the early days, so I guess I’ll say the EARLIER days of diagnosis.  I’ll dig into that story more in a future post, but I want to highlight ways that we can make living every day life more enjoyable  for our sweet ones.   Changing infusion sites every 3 days is no fun.  Even less fun is the process of inserting a new sensor for a Dexcom.  Have you seen the needles on those things?  I engage in serious and prolonged pep talking with my sweet brown child when these events come up.  However, finding ways to get her excited about something makes the process so much easier.  What sweet one doesn’t want a blinged out insulin pump or Dexcom?!?!? Continue reading “A Little Bling On Her Pump”

Glitter for Emotional Wellness?

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Outside of my parenting and blogging life I am also an educator who is super passionate about social emotional wellness in children and adults.  Take a moment to think, you adults out there reading this.  When you were growing up, who taught you about your emotions?  Who in your life, whether you parents, teachers or other important people in your life, discussed emotions and their importance? Continue reading “Glitter for Emotional Wellness?”