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Re: [IPk] happy xmas & new year



Michele
Lovely to read your story. The other night Grace was exhausted and fell
asleep with her clothes on. I checked her and she was 3.6mmols, I just set a
temp basal of 0.05 for an hour ( normally 0.3) and checked her,she was
5.6mmols and was same in the morning. I sat choked on the side of the bed
that I could let her sleep and similarly kept remembering last year when she
needed to be in the buggy at times for walks or was hyper and socialising
was fraught due to highs or her plaintive whining to have the same as other
kids. Grace was only 3mths dx at Christmas 2003 and now pumping three
months.
It is the best Santa pressie ever and it's lovely to be able to celebrate!
Have a wonderful new year everyone!
p.s. I set temp basals this weather for lows at night as I'm wary of falling
asleep and not resuming!
Mir
Mum to Grace 5yrs dx 10.03 pumping Oct 6th. and Brian 9yrs
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michele Couzens-Eason" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: 26 December 2004 17:09
Subject: [IPk] happy xmas & new year


> Happy Christmas & New Year to everyone, and hope you're all eating well!
>
> After being indoors yesterday, my family and I went to the woods for a
walk
> this afternoon. I thought that the piece of cake I had eaten before going
out
> (at least 45 CHO's) would  need to be walked off, so .................
> stupidly I went out without putting supplies in my pockets like juice
carton
> or sugar. My testing kit I left in the car in the glove box while we
walked.
> By the second steep slope on the way back, I suddenly thought oh dear
maybe I
> should have been more prepared. Anyway, I just suspended the pump until we
got
> home (test in the car was 2.4) and it was o.k. - got home 15 mins later,
hadf
> quick carbohydrate and pressed the resume button. How wonderful to be able
to
> have that much control! My husband asked me on the way up the first hill
if I
> remembered how I was 'pre-pump' - in that I'd needed help to climb hills
> before, and I realised he was right, so after 3 months on a pump I feel it
is
> good for me!
> Kind regards to all
> Michele
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