{Throwback Thursday} 6 Things About Diabetes Video

by Leighann on February 26, 2015

Throwback Thursday

Join me each Thursday this year as I begin retelling our story from the very beginning and as I share some of my favorite posts (and videos!) that I have written over the years. It’s hard to believe that this May we will be celebrating Q’s 8th d-annivesary.

6 Things About Diabetes

This video shows a very feisty 6-year-old Q telling us the 6 things she would like to know about diabetes. She looks so young! But some of her “things” definitely still hold true.

If you have a younger child with diabetes, they might enjoy seeing someone like them talk about it.

6 Things About Diabetes Video:

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Please remember that I never give medical advice. Ask your endocrinologist or pediatrician for advice about your own child. Make your own informed decisions for your own child.

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