Please visit these blogs written by the Diabetes Online Community.
D-Mom Blog Leighann Calentine
- Twitter @DMomBlog
- Meet Leighann
- Founder of D-Mom and D-Dad Connection
- Creator and author of D-Mom Blog
Candy Hearts Wendy says it’s a sweet adventure full of gluten-free goodies! Candy Hearts is the story of one family’s journey with Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease. Meet Wendy. (USA)
Death of a Pancreas Meet Joanne.
Embrace Diabetes Meet Amy.
Justice’s Misbehaving Pancreas Alexis writes about a mother’s adventures of raising two superheros, one with Type 1 diabetes. Meet Alexis (coming soon).
Meal Mommy Kimberly is the mom of two little girls. Lily is 7 and a type 1 and Abby is 5. Her blog is a diary of her journey through mommyhood, divorce, and diabetes. Meet Kimberly (coming soon). (USA)
Mom of an Extra Sweet Insulin Challenged Girl Amy Ermel’s 6 yr old daughter was diagnosed when she was 4. They have been through the ups and downs of this disease and try to find the humour, which makes it easier. Meet Amy.
The Princess and the Pump Meet Hallie.
The We CARA Lot Blog Meet Nicole.
This is Caleb Meet Lorraine.
Wait For It Amy Scheer writes about her 7-year-old’s diabetes, but also about her theater work with the homeless, amateur powerlifting, and a foray into boxing. Meet Amy.
And Another Thing… Mandy Childress is a single mom to a child with diabetes and dyslexia. Her blog ambles around her feelings in regards to raising her son, the frustrations, the joys, the challenges and the rewards.
A Beautiful Diabetic Marcie is a frazzled mom of 3 kids, one of whom is Maddie, a Type 1 diabetic. They struggle everyday with this disease. Diabetes is NOT going to get them down!!!
Be Balanced 52 Shana is the “mom of 9 year old with Type 1, amazing non-D 12 year old and wife of one smart dude.” She blogs about all the above plus living Gluten Free and experiencing the mother of all honeymoon periods!! (Celiac)
Candy Hearts Wendy says it’s a sweet adventure full of gluten-free goodies! Candy Hearts is the story of one family’s journey with Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease. Meet Wendy. (Celiac)
Co-Pancreating April Ann’s 13-year-old son was diagnosed with T1 in Feb of 2010. He is enrolled in a clinical trial at UCSF that has had amazing results. Follow them on their journey.
Diapers and Diabetes Babies and toddlers present unique needs and are a part of a population with very little support. Cari says “Let’s change that!”
Insulin Resilience Heather says her blog is “Musings and reflections of a mother of a young child with T1. Although I don’t blog often, I write posts that help me work through my deepest fears, worries, wonders and hopes as our family makes our way on this unique journey.”
My Sweet Bean and Her Pod Denise aka “Mom of Bean” writes about her daughter, dx 6/5/10, her life with Type1 and OmniPod, and trying to keep up as her pancreas. She says, “Through faith, humor, and friendships, we are doing our best to enjoy the roller coaster ride that is our life!!”
Redhead Living Redhead Living is a blog about a four year old girl who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in February 2011.
She Sugar Jewels writes a “positive and practical blog about life with type 1 and celiac. I’m a Nurse and have lived a healthy life with Type 1 for 28 years. I have run run marathons with Type 1, I volunteer tirelessly for JDRF and have a lifetime of knowledge to live healthfully with Type 1. My daughter was diagnosed 5 years ago, she is now 10.” (Celiac, PWD with a CWD)
The Sugar Sharks Amy has been blogging for years, but The Sugar Sharks is her new place for all things diabetes related. Rosie (her chosen pseudonym) was diagnosed as Type I at the age of 5. She’s now 8, pumping and wearing a CGM.
Tightrope Tango Michelle says “Managing type 1 diabetes is a lot like dancing on a tightrope; you never know when a gust of wind will shift your balance. These are our adventures in search of that elusive balance.”
Blood, Sweat, and Carbs Jen shares her thoughts and reflections about the 3 things she is most passionate about: Diabetes, Exercise, and Cooking, while raising a 10 year old son with Type 1 diabetes.
Mom of an Extra Sweet Insulin Challenged Girl Amy Ermel’s 6 yr old daughter was diagnosed when she was 4. They have been through the ups and downs of this disease and try to find the humour, which makes it easier.
D-Moms: Spanish Language
Jaime, dulce guerrero Mila Ferrer writes a Spanish blog for D parents. She says, “We have the need to let other people know that T1 is a very controllable condition. It just needs COMMITMENT!”
Read posts about Celiac Disease.
PWD with a CWD
5 Children Type 1 Diabetes, Coeliacs, Me and My Husband: Angela Allison
A Sweet Grace: Penny
Chasing Numbers: Kelly
PWD: Type 1 Adults
Adventures of Diabolical Diabetty: Sarah Jane Blacksher
A Sweet Life: Karmel Allison
Been There, Done That on dLife: Christel Marchand (DiabeticFeed Podcast)
Betizuka: Beatriz Dominquez
Bitter~Sweet: Karen was diagnosed with T1 in December of 1979 and has seen so many (great) changes in diabetes management over the years. She blogs about the good and the bad of life with diabetes. (USA)
CloseConcerns: Kelly Close
Diabetes Daily: David Edelman
Diabetes Daily: Sara Knicks
Diabetes Day-to-Day: Fran Carpentier
Diabetes Health: Scott King
Diabetes Living Today: Kitty Castellini
Diabetes Mine: Amy Tenderich
Diabetes Sisters: Brandy Barnes
Diabetes Stories: Riva Greenberg
Diabetes Technology: Bernard Farrell
Diabetic_lz_Me: Cherise Shockley
Diabetic Rockstar: Christopher Thomas Polack
dLife Blogabetes: Multiple Authors
Healthcare Communications & Social Media: Dana Lewis
I’m (O) Kay: Kay Ritzdorf
Lemonade Life: Allison Blass
Life After Dx: The Guardian Chronicles: Wil Dubois
MyDiabetesCentral: Ginger Vieira
Randomly Capitalized: Crystal Lane
Scott’s Diabetes Journal: Scott Johnson
Scott’s Web Blog: Scott Strumello
Six Until Me: Kerri Morrone Sparling
The B.A.D. Blog: George Simmons
The Big D: Chris Bishop
The Butter Compartment: Lee Ann Thill
The Diabetic’s Corner Booth: Michael Hoskins
The Girl with the Portable Pancreas: Stacey blogs about her life as a person who has had type 1 diabetes for 29 of her 34 years and her portable pancreas (insulin pump) for 4. (USA)
The Life of a Diabetic: Chris Stocker
TuDiabetes: Manny Hernandez