Meanwhile, on . . .

I have a guest post, all about the glorious anxiety of complicated pregnancies, and how, even though everyone on earth these days has a pregnancy that’s complicated by something, it can still be a very lonely experience.

Read it here!

Clearly, this is not my infusion-set-free pregnant belly.

Clearly, this is not my infusion-set-free pregnant belly.

3 comments on “Meanwhile, on . . .

  1. Katie says:

    Wonderful article! Your honesty is refreshing.

  2. Maria says:

    Thank you for this post. My mom sent it to me after finding it on Pinterest. I’ve been a T1 for 22 years (diagnosed at 4), and I’m getting married in August, so this is something that is on my mind now more than ever. In my experience, there aren’t many blogs or online resources for women with T1 diabetes (such as message boards). I plan to start going through all your old posts to try to get a better feel for having a successful pregnancy and what worked for you.

    Do you plan to have more kids? I have always wanted at least 3 kids, but it doesn’t seem like T1 diabetic women choose to have another child because of how difficult the first pregnancy was. Was that your experience? Thank you again for this post; I’m excited to read your others.

  3. Ashley says:

    Great article, minus the a-hole commenter IDDM. Seriously could punch them in the face.

    Thank you from a newly (and surprised) pregnant type 1.

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