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JacksonsMom
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Location:
Franklin, TN
Occupation:
Stay at Home Mom

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JacksonsMom

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JacksonsMom was last seen:
Jan 20, 2015
    1. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Hey, lady!
    2. Big Hair Momma
      Big Hair Momma
      I'm feeling much better! Thanks so much for asking. It took awhile, but I feel like I'm finally on the road to recovery. My oldest son, non-d, also had influenza, but his case was not as severe. Hope you are all staying healthy at your house. Thanks again.
    3. Barbzzz
      Barbzzz
      You couldn't be more correct! I'd be an absolute basket case without the support I receive from CWD. Thank God for it!
    4. StillMamamia
      StillMamamia
      Wow, thank you so much for the kind words! You made my day :))
    5. Aidan'sMom
      Aidan'sMom
      You can pick my brain all you want to. I can't promise to have all the answers, but I am sure we can just vent to each other!!
    6. BozziesMom
      BozziesMom
      Thanks! And that's a handsome young man you have there yourself. :)
    7. Big Hair Momma
      Big Hair Momma
      Stacy, I'm glad to help! I'll answer any questions you might have! When you're cooking for my crew, you've gotta shop smart! :)
    8. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Hey, thanks!
    9. KeltonsMom
      KeltonsMom
      I just can't say no to helpless animals, besides I love all animals, and one more kitten won't hurt..So we will have two dogs and two cats..No biggy LOL!! To be honest before D came into our lives I would not have been inclined to nurse hurt animals at all. It is the nurse in me that has brought this out and I just can't help myself.
    10. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Just a quick note -- forums are really great, but have their drawbacks. There's the anonymity thing, and the thing where you can't see faces or hear voices. That's nice, in some ways, but it can make interaction confusing. Guess I'm just saying that if you were in a room conversing with people and said stuff, you could see them smile and nod, even if they had nothing to say in return. I'm sure plenty of folks read and think about what you say, don't feel down if they don't necessarily comment. Maybe everyone just always thinks you've got it right!
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    Location:
    Franklin, TN
    Occupation:
    Stay at Home Mom
    Who has diabetes?:
    One child
    Does your family have celiac?:
    No
    My youngest son Jackson was diagnosed Type 1 on 2-11-08.

    cooking, reading, gardening

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    Stacy
    Mom to:
    Jacob 7 1/2 yrs
    Jackson 6 yrs dxd'd 2-11-2008
    Pumping since June with Animas Ping!
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