It's been 6 months since my son was diagnosed, and I still feel awful about it. I know that it's no one's fault, but when your child was diagnosed, did any of you feel the same way? I remember being at the hospital and having the doctors grill me about my family's health history. No one in my family has any history of diabetes at all. Then when I told them that I had gestational diabetes when I was pregnant with him, they all looked at me with expressions that said ''Yep, there's our answer!''. I used to sit up at night crying and telling my husband that it wasn't fair. My son was only 2 at the time, and a sweet little 2 year old boy who's completely innocent doesn't deserve having to carry this disease with him for the rest of his life. I guess it was a combination of feeling horrible for my son and feeling angry that I was helpless to do anything about it. Here I am, 6 months later, and I still have those nights from time to time when I just feel horrible. I don't mean to bombard anyone with my sob story. I was just curious to see how you folks felt when your child was diagnosed, and how long it took you to accept it.