It has been 14 months since diagnosis and I am burned out and exhausted. I check my son everynight usually twice and we all too often have a bad night where he is low, high, bad site etc. and it's more, we've all been there. So my question is how do you do it without eveything else falling apart. I quit my job a month after my son was diagnosed, it was 45 minutes away from his school where there is no nurse and I was contstantly getting calls from his teacher, so I got a part time job here in my neighborhood and still feel like that is too much. The laundry is always a mountain, dinner has become sloppy joes and tacos and I just don't have the energy to get it back together. I feel like by now, a year later, I should be on track, but instead I feel more overwhelmed and I was just wondering if this is normal? Are you able to do these night time checks and work and keep up with all of life's daily activities? I am wondering because I don't know if I am putting too much pressure on myself or if this is normal. I really want to quit my job all together because I feel like this is the last thing I need to add on to my stress level besides the fact that I am SO tired, but then I feel like I am blowing it out of proportion and I need to get over it and get on with it. I know it will get easier in time, but that feels a long way away still.