My daughter will be 6 at the end of the week and we are about 6 months into our D journey. Today at lunch we were talking about her birthday and then I was thinking aloud to myself and I said, "oh, I need to call the pediatrician to schedule your well child appointment." Her eyes got big and she said "will I have to get a shot?" We delayed some of her vaccinations so we are still working through them so yes, she will have to have a shot. Right there at the table at TGIFridays she starts crying that she is scared to get a shot...all this after having 5+ shots a day for the last 6 months. I'm just not sure what I can say to convince her that she'll be fine. She is just sure that the vaccine shots are way, way worse than her insulin shots. Anyway, just wondering if anyone else's kids are still afraid to get shots even though they get many shots a day.