Why is this so special? Because I traveled with all the Dstuff and didn't forget any of the Dstuff and used all the Dstuff with N-O complications!!!!! Go me. We stopped at Subway for dinner, requested a nutritional guide before we ordered, and enjoyed every last bite without worrying how I was going to calculate the carbs. Ellie tested in the car and even gave herself a shot while in the car. (No worries, the car wasn't moving).
At the party my sister had lots of fresh veggies and dip Ellie could munch on without going over 15 grams. Homemade pumpkin cupcakes were for the desert and Ellie decided to forgo the sweet and instead munch on some lil' smokies. Gotta love a girl who turns down sugar for meat ;).
Blood sugars remained semi-steady and we made it through the night with Ellie snuggled up close to me in the guest bed. I just can't describe how happy I am with the 24-hour road trip. I got to love on my nieces, chat with my sister, spend some great quality time with my girls and all without being completely consumed with diabetes.
Maren is going to be a pink poodle for Halloween. See? She is already practicing eating a pink lollipop.
Miss Meggie Moo Magoo is sporting a chicken costume. As you can see, she is not too please with being stuffed.
While this may look cruel, I can assure you much laughter and enjoment was had by all (except maybe for the chicken).