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Re: [IPp] Kelly &Softsets & site "marks" & Novolog post-prandial



Too cool, Kerri! Yes...WE can all appreciate "good #'s"! They don't come
easy!!

Pam C.*
Wife to Bobby  
Mom to Taylor (9) dx.4/98 (pumping~MM508~10/01)
and Chloe (5)
> From: maverickmom <email @ redacted>
> Reply-To: email @ redacted
> Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2002 10:44:01 -0800
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: re: [IPp] Kelly &Softsets & site "marks" & Novolog post-prandial
> 
> Shelly, I can appreciate it! :) I know exactly what you mean. Last night, for
> the first time in a long time, my daughter came in at 128 for her 2hr
> postprandial (and that was starting out at 116 - in fact, she was between 70
> and 128 *all day*, what's up with that? LOL). Her numbers are never like that
> (consistently). I was one happy camper! I know no one else in the world cares,
> but I know other parents of diabetic children can relate to the feeling of
> accomplishment. :) All that hard work is finally
> paying off.
> 
> --
> Take care, Kerri, mom of Shannon-11, dxT1 5.3yrs, pumping 2.3yrs, and 7 other
> blessings http://www.geocities.com/southard8/photos.html
> ~*~do-`da-ga-g`hv-i (until we meet again)~*~
> 
> Shelly said:
> On the other hand, Novolog takes care of cheeseburgers + fries much better
> with a 30min. square wave - Luke usually comes in at 150-180 2hrs later.
> On the "big people list" that isn't very impressive but I figured other
> parents might appreciate that.  It seems much better than 300.
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