I'm getting a ton of PM's after posting my new sig pic, so here's the story! Emily won Meet and Greet passes on their fan club website. We got there early to sign the tour bus and get our invitations and wristbands. We waited in a LONG line for over 2 hours; apparently they were doing interviews in LA and their plane to San Jose was late. So the meet/greet was kinda rushed and I have to admit I was grossly disappointed in that. But, at least we were able to speak for a minute or so and Emily got a great photo! I'll put others in the attachment below. I took some of these photos and others were taken by their assistant. They didn't allow us to take our own photos there for some reason. When it became our turn to walk into the area, I was as nervous as a teenager! Kevin introduced himself and shook my hand (as if I didn't know who he was!!). I yanked Emily's tubing out of her pump pack right before we walked up and Nick said, "Oh, do you have diabetes too?" and they chatted for a minute. I got to speak to Nick for a few seconds about D and Emily. Then they took a photo with Emily. Joe pulled me into the pic but I told them I just wanted this to be Emily's fun night. So he gave me a big hug! I had so many things I wanted to ask/tell the boys and especially Nick. I wish I could have talked to his mom. He showed a 5 minute video about his life with D during the concert. It showed him fingersticking, putting a pod on and counting carbs. On one area, his mom told him he was being "very unpleasant" and looked at his Pod PDA. Then she said, "You're 400!" and he had a smart-alec teen look on his face. LOL! Then he sang his new song about D ("A Little Bit Longer"), which I honestly didn't like when I heard it on YouTube. But in concert it was AWESOME and IT ROCKED! He paused in the song and talked about how hard it is to have D and how no one REALLY understands, even though they think they do. He actually shed a tear and got pretty emotional. He also got a very determined look on his face and said he refuses to let it stop him and ended with "Guess what? It hasn't." It was very emotional and many people were crying. I was shocked at how beautiful it was. The YouTube videos of it do not do it justice at all. I was so happy for Emily to see all of that and know that she's not alone and even famous kids get D and deal with it--and it doesn't stop them. Emily is still over the moon and has REFUSED TO SHOWER because she got hugs from and touched the Jonas Brothers!! Bottom line: If your kids like these guys at all, try to get to their Burnin' Up concert. There's a lot of D talk and encouragement and it was worth every penny we spent, even if we didn't get to meet them.