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Re: [IPp] water park

  We just visited Disney and my daugher wore a splash pak from
www.pumpwearinc.com on all the water rides it was great!

Karen Piontek <email @ redacted> wrote:

We just spend a whole day at Michigan Adventure Water Park last weekend with 
my 9 year old Animas pumper and didnt have any problems...we took off his 
pump the entire day except for lunch and kept it in a shaded locker the rest 
of the time....with all the excercise, he was good with his blood sugar all 
day. I also had called the first aid station ahead of time and asked if we 
could keep his pump there and they said it would be fine. In the long run, 
we just figured it would be easier to lock it up.

Have fun!
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Don and Stacey Dale" 

Sent: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 9:48 AM
Subject: [IPp] water park
> Has anyone handled a full day at a water park with a 9 year old pumper? 
> We are new to pumping and have an Animas pump that I know can handle 
> getting wet but I was worried about damage and being uncomfortable if we 
> left it on. But if we disconnect for each ride with lines, etc. I think 
> over the length of the day it is going to cause issues of going too high 
> and possible ketones. If anyone has handled a situation like this and had 
> some success I would appreciate your input.
> Thanks!
> Stacey .

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