"Thanks Margot. I actually contact them quite a bit LOL! they have been a HUGE help for me over the last year!
Nancy, thanks so much for your input! I will definitely check out your blog tonight! I've had her eyes tested by a…"
"Thanks Margot. I actually am apart of a diabetes support group, on Facebook (and twitter, when I remember to log in there LOL!). I also did get to the bottom of the situation with the school nurse, and let them know how much it ticked me off what…"
"Thanks Jaime. Thats pretty much what their pediatrician said too, and thats what we are doing. The waiting game is killing me though lol! Her first appt with a developmental pediatrician is April 28th. Like I told my MIL, I dont really care WHAT the…"
"Blogging is defintely a hobby for me. It is also a way for me to help educate others about my son's life-long disease, called Type 1 Diabetes. Since his diagnosis in 2008, we have learned that there are way too many people in this world who…"
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I am a SAHM of 2 beautiful children. My son was born in April 2005, and diagnosed with Type 1 (Juvenile) Diabetes in October 2008. My daughter was born in October 2006. I am a very busy mommy indeed! LOL
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To produce good, useful information to the public eye in a fun and enjoyable way.
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Sugar Free Candyland blog was started in September 2010
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