With an amazing baby boy in the house those things now happen without a low blood sugar. All jokes aside I have been trying to keep my blood sugar above 100 so that I'm the best I can be when I'm home and helping Kate or caring for D on my own. On Friday one of those freak kind of low blood sugars happened. Kate and other family members were home so it was okay but I'm still pissed about what happened.
D was in need of a bottle and we are mixing so preparing a bottle takes a little thought but has been done a seven year old so it isn't that difficult. I told Kate I would put the bottle together so that she could feed him. After a few minutes she came in to the kitchen to find me scratching my head and angry. I tried to explain to her what was going but I was quickly sent to the penalty box aka the dinner table to fix the low. I grabbed my fruit snacks and sat at the table where our five year old son asked if I was taking medicine to feel better. I laughed and explained that daddy need the sugar to feel better.
Kate and I have a tremendous system in place for the children and for my diabetes. As always I wish this would never happen but I love that I have pieces in place to make it okay when it does happen.