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[IP] Re: sleepovers

I really admire all parents who have children with diabetes and stay on the  
cutting edge of care for them.  I  know at times I am low at night. I  barely 
wake up and go back to sleep.  My evidence of this is the 101 before  bedtime 
and the 206 in the morning.  I, too, sometimes just turn the 2 am  alarm off 
and go back to sleep or press the confirm button on "Annie" and go  back to 
 sleep. Like I said, I really admire all the parents of diabetic children. You
guys have a a sixth sense about things, I think, and that is  a blessing.
So, chin up, parents, and keep vigil but remember to let loose sometimes,  
 too. And Caryn, good work! Wish my mom had let me go sometimes. She said it
was a hard job raising me and worrying about  me.  She even worried about me 
when I went hunting with Dad. One time  she  met us at the edge of the woods 
 with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich! Seems we missed supper! Boy, I must
have been high cause I  was ok--didn't really want or need that sandwich but I 
ate it anyway!!!  I  don't remember ever carrying anything for lows back in 
the day!  I sure do  now though!
Debbie from Western KY
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