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Mini Oreo Bumps

When Luke’s BG started diving in the grocery store, we grabbed a bag of mini Oreos and stopped the fall with something more fun than apple juice.

Those 3 cookies (2.5 carbs each) showed up on the Dex like stones skipping across the water – three little blood sugar bumps.

The Dex quickly took a less poetic view of the Oreo bumps –

WTF???

Well, fun while it lasted!

(“Luke, you have chocolate drool on your face,” I said, mopping away while he tried to flirt with girls down the aisle. “Girls like chocolate drool,” he stated, with almost-three-year-old confidence.)

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  1. Ha! Yep…yep they do Luke!

    Love his confidence AND hooray for the cookies saving the day!!! AND, I hope your sensor didn’t fail.

    July 27, 2011
  2. Love these fun little posts…oreos and Dex…what a combo.

    July 27, 2011
  3. oh man, ain’t technology grand?

    July 27, 2011
  4. The Dex got back on the job (before bedtime – yay!), thanks! It is fun, turning a grocery store outing into a science experiment (and pickup joint). 🙂

    July 27, 2011
  5. thanks for your note on the E and I Show…Isaac sees the endo’s at Mary Bridges Endocrinology clinic, more specificially his endo is Barbara…but we’ve talked with the other talented team members over there, too. Actually the ARNP gave me her cell # when we had pump start up and it was an absolute life saver for us. We love the team there 🙂
    PS love the orea blips!

    July 28, 2011
    • Hey, thanks! Very good to know. Glad you’ve got a team you’re happy with – hard to find!

      July 28, 2011

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