I've been reading on and off for a few months and figured it was time to introduce myself. My name is Tammy and I have 9 yo identical twin sons. Jack was diagnosed w/ type 1 last August. He'd been having the typical symptoms. A friend with a type 1 son did a finger stick at our daughters' soccer game, and he was 598. You know the rest. At our first follow-up appointment, his celiac numbers were elevated. I didn't even know what that was. He did the scope several weeks later and was diagnosed with celiac in November. I had his brother, Nate, screened for celiac too, when I did some research and found the likelihood of both twins having celiac was something like 80%. Sure enough, Nate's blood results were strongly positive. No scope for him, they both went GF right after their 9th birthday. Started the TrialNet screening...Nate's positive for all the antibodies. I know I shouldn't have been surprised, with the double whammy of autoimmune disease #1 and that whole identical-genes thing. But you hope against hope. Did phase 2 on Wednesday...he failed the oral glucose tolerance test with a 289 at 2 hours. They ran an A1C today. It was 6.0, but that combined with some random 180s and a 116 fasting was enough for our endo to give us the diagnosis. He hasn't started insulin yet. We're just checking several times a day, with an appointment to go in next week. Good news is we caught it so very, very early. No real symptoms, no hospitalization will be required. But I'm freaked out over dealing with 2 T1 kids. 4 autoimmune diagnoses in 9 months is stretching the limits of my sanity. Any and all advice on dealing w/ multiple T1 kids would be greatly appreciated!!!