Success! This was Grasshopper’s first time putting on the Dexcom G6. As you can hear Grasshopper say himself, it was a painless process. Thanks Dexcom!
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We are HUUUUGE fans of the Dexcom continuous glucose monitor (CGM) here at Sugar Rush Survivors. It has helped our lives in so many big and small ways. So when there is news about new developments in Dexcom technology, like the FDA approving the release of the Dexcom G6, we get excited! Exhibit A: an evening of text messages between me and Alese. Continue reading →
This November, for Diabetes Awareness, we are saving all of Grasshopper’s used type 1 diabetes supplies in this pumpkin decorated with a blue circle, the international symbol of T1D. Shown here are the results of four insulin infusion site changes, one Dexcom change, five AccuCheck FastClix lancet drums for poking Grasshopper’s fingers, Annie’s Fruit Snacks for low blood sugar and a lot of One Touch Ultra Blue Test Strips, each one marking one finger poke.
Gabbing with Grasshopper
Celebration comes on Kid’s Place Live radio (channel 078, Sirius XM) in the car.
Grasshopper: It’s our song!
Me: Remember, if you decide to get married I want to dance with you at your wedding to this song.
Grasshopper, nodding: Uh huh. No, wait. Actually, “We Will Rock You.” Continue reading →
Giggling over the goofy things we do in our house keeps me motivated. We often belt out “Celebration” by Kool and the Gang when it is time to calibrate Grasshopper’s Dexcom. Only here we sing:
Caaaaalibration time, come on! It’s a calibration. Continue reading →