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[IP] Re: bolusing at school

Yeah, her whole class stops at 9:30 and has a snack out of their lunch. 
One of the blessings of the pump is that now she can have one or two or
three items (her choice) out of her lunch if she's hungry, or skip it if
she's not hungry.  Then they go back to work until 12:00 when they break
for lunch.  Appreciate the suggestion from Ellen to get her a watch with
alarms.  Sounds like that will do the trick.  You guys are terrific.  And
yes, my donation is on it's way--Michael deserves it!
God Bless,
Debbie, Mom of Katie, 8, dx'd 9/97
MiniMed pumper since 8/2/99 (only kid in Alaska...so far!)

Why is she eating a morning snack?  Does the whole class eat one?  One of
the things Jessica loved most about her pump was not having to eat the
morning and mid afternoon snacks.  And occasionally skipping a meal if
wasn't hungry.  Just wondering... 

Mom of Jessica, age 7, diagnosed @ 9 months, pumping 1 year 
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