Blogs by parents in the #doc

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Amy DPC1
As a parent you sometimes get a wake-up call that your job is done, that your child no longer needs your assistance in one area of their life. Be it walking to school, going to the cinema or shopping, catching the bus or train, or managing their Type 1 diabetes. I’ve never been a fan of the they-need-to-deal-with-this-themselves-now-they’re-XX-years-old school of diabetes management, after all Amy’s got enough years of having to deal with Type 1 by herself ahead. We’ve always been a team, starting from when us parents did most of her care post diagnosis, to now where we do very [...]
Sun, Nov 26, 2017 10:49:00 AM, Continue reading at the source
Its been a busy couple of months in the cave, with adventures in New York over Christmas and New Year (in the company of an absolute hero of mine. Seriously. She’s awesome. Go read her blog), a start to the year which has seen Big take mock examinations in preparation ahead of the real thing next term, Pumplette, Small + Mr Understudy rehearsing madly for a pantomime production, and the Understudy securing paid, gainful employment, (at long last says Mr Understudy!). All of which has left precious little time for being present here and focusing on doing what i [...]
Sun, Feb 05, 2017 1:07:00 PM, Continue reading at the source
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