Sugar Bear didn't want to go. He's never really been away from home without one of us with him. Yes, Drago is there too but he's with the older kids. Plus only his Dad, his brother, my Mom, and me have ever given him his shots and tested his blood sugar. He's the one I'm worrying about. I'm sure he's in capable hands but his lows recently have been low lows (39, 47) and he's not really feeling them and then the fact he had three focal seizures last year and the increased activity.....well, makes my stomach tie in knots. Had we gotten the Dexcom in time I might not feel this anxious. I'm not terribly worried about Drago. Drago was excited to go.
The silver lining is that I'm already more rested and have been able to connect with my husband without Type 1 rearing it's ugly head. I'm working through emotions I haven't had a chance to address since Sugar Bear was diagnosed. It's a growing experience for all of us. The mama bird pushed her babies out of the nest hoping they will fly.