|In PICU, IV's in both arms and neck. :-(|
It hurts to say that my 5 1/2 year old (that 1/2 is a BIG deal right now) has had Diabetes for 4 years.
That is almost his whole life.
I am trying my best to not think of the what ifs that could have happened had we not taken him to the ER that day.
I thank God every day that He has allowed us to take care of The Superhero while we are here on this Earth.
|In TX, enjoying his new Star Wars pump/Dex pouch (from TooSweetBoutique).|
And when I told The Superhero the other day that his 4 year Diabetes anniversary was coming up, he said "Wow, that's not that long.".
I was kind of surprised.
But to him, I guess, 4 years doesn't seem like that big of a deal.
His perspective is what helps me get through.
And the cake. We are having cake. That will help too.
Here's to 4 years of health and happiness with Diabetes!
The Superhero's Diagnosis story (age 18 months)
The Superhero's 1 Year Diaversary
The Superhero's 2 Year Diaversary (Part 1)
The Superhero's 2 Year Diaversary (Part 2-the Celebration)
The Superhero's 3 Year Diaversary
*Disclaimer: I am a mom of a T1 Diabetic child and a child with ITP/Asthma/Sleep Apnea. I am NOT a doctor. I just play one in real life. Please do not take anything in this post or any other post on this blog as medical advice. If you have questions or concerns of your own, please seek advice from your doctor.*