Tuesday, October 6, 2009

SHE DID IT!

YESSSSSSSSS......SHE DID IT!!

Kacey logged her blood sugars and carbs all day without me telling her to. She was so proud of herself when she got home from school and happily took out her book and showed me what she'd done!

(BTW, "3 GT means 3 Glucose Tabs)

Sure, it's not the neatest in the world....but WHO CARES?!?! I'm thrilled that she logged!!! It took her a few more seconds but it was so worth it to see the proud smile on her face. I praised her over and over with loads of hugs and kisses. One day down....a lifetime to go!
I got an email back from Kacey's CDE today. We're making 2 more basal changes. We're gonna try that 4am rate increase and then add in an 11am rate to decrease it back and see what happens. We're trying to bring her down when she's waking up and bring her up from afternoon lows.
Tomorrow is the big REPORT CARD day! Why do I feel this sickening knot in my stomach? I feel it because I know that we had a 7.2% the last time we went and I know it's gone up and I'm dreading hearing the number! We get to see her Endo tomorrow and I know it's time for that lab work again...ugh! Keep us in your prayers tomorrow :)

7 comments:

Rachel said...

Good job Kacey!

Kelly said...

YAY! Logging IS tough! It seems so easy, but I guess its just tiedious! Good job KC! AND, no worry no worry no worry!!!! A1c = past....we only move forward right :)

Amy said...

Good Job Kacey! We have a log book like that- Jada thinks it's the neatest thing in the world! :) Now...if I would only be better about logging on a daily basis!!! Show me how it's done, Kacey!

Lora said...

Yes, I think we are ALL that defensive!!
Tell Kacey "Great Job" from us... Justin is almost 9 and I can't trust him to be that responsible.
Good luck tomorrow at the Endo, I am sure everything will be great.

Hallie said...

Way to go, Kacey! What a wonderful job! Although our kiddos are forced into responsibility earlier than we might like, they do a great job. It takes a special child to handle this disease with the grace and courage that our kids show. So proud of them all!

Meri said...

Awesome!
Great job Kacey!
What a responsible girl!
:)

Briana said...

i'm a type one diabetic as well. i was diagnosed when i was twelve years old and i used to have this exact same log book. i love the way it's set up and have not been able to find another log book that i like as much as that one.can you tell me where you got yours? thank you! and good luck to kacey--i'm trying to improve my blood sugars and get into the habit of recording everything as well.