A huge highlight for Emerson was that she won Lenny the Lion from Kim at Texting My Pancreas in her "Give All The Things" giveaway. A big thanks to Kim because Emerson is in love with Lenny and is excited that Rufus has a friend!
(Loving on Lenny)
Also, in December, Emerson went live with her CGM which was a good thing for us because we actually had a bad shipment of pods, and we were constantly dealing with HIGH BGs and changing pods in December and January. We went through twenty somethings pods in a month. It took us awhile to figure out that we not only had one bad box of pods but four boxes of bad pods. Luckily, we contacted Insulet and they replaced all the pods (even though that shipment of pods was purchased through another supplier).
Fortunately, at Emerson's quarterly endo appointment in early February, her A1C was just up slightly and she was still within the normal range for her age. Emerson loves her doctor and nurse so our quarterly visits are usually eventful.
On February 8th, we "celebrated" Emerson's two year anniversary with diabetes. She wanted to celebrate with a balloon and Dairy Queen. So, she got a balloon and a huge hot fudge sundae. Just before we headed to DQ, Emerson had her lowest BG ever (a 34), so after a few stressful moments of waiting for her to come up, it was a perfect night for a sundae.
(Enjoying some DQ)
Valentine's Day was good. Emerson's class had healthy snacks instead of cupcakes and cookies. She received candy from her friends but she threw some of it away because she said it was bad for her teeth! I love how responsible my little girl can be.
Hopefully, the rest of the month is uneventful and diabetes cooperates (but as we all know, diabetes rarely cooperates)!