Hello. I'm having a terrible time accepting my grandsons diagnosis. I'm guessing we will spend plenty of nights with highs and lows, occasional DKAs, and we will know where everything is at Children's Hospital. Did anyone else go through actual stages of grief when their child was diagnosed? I've cycled through the sadness and anger; I just can't seem to shake the grief. There is nothing good about T1D or any D for that matter. So I am here to shake the grief and accept this new way of life. I hope to learn from all of you who have been there. Do all T1Ds have to stick themselves during the night, always? Does a diabetes Fr automatically check for, or rule out, Celiac? How common are the two together? What kind of emotions spike blood sugar levels? In a 2 year old-- just crying, being told no, tantrums, or more serious things like crying over a scraped knee or broken bone? Is 400 during the day/night terribly bad? Are there diabetes specific teddy bears or toys for small children?