Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Update

Updating here to let you prayer warriors know
YES she is a Type 1 Diabetic.

Just like her mama.
Just like her grandma.

(yet they still tell me it's not hereditary?)


They did a simple urine test and 
her glucose was high as were her ketones.

We have an appointment tomorrow morning in Minneapolis

Lord, please give me the grace to be all  You and she need me to be.

Thank you all for your prayers.
You are awesome and I will pray for you in return!

(not sure I'll get to a "Thankful" post, I'm feeling rather sad tonite)


35 comments:

  1. Prayers for you, your daughter and your family.

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  2. I hadn't even seen the first post friend. My prayers will be with you as you navigate her new normal.

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  3. Praying for all of you, especially Sweetie Pie.

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  4. Prayers for your sadness. Your baby is in good hands.

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    1. Also praying she won't have to be hospitalized. Because you are diabetic will be such a blessing to her! I'm sure you never thought you'd thank God for being diabetic, but there's a silver lining!

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  5. So sorry to hear this. It will be ok. Don't worry about your Thankful tonight--take some time to have a good cry and prayer.

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  6. I'm sending you a big hug. Prayers of course! Jesus, I trust in you!

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  7. BTW, you have an awesome mother's intuition!

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  8. I am praying for great treatment for your little sweetheart, and lots of strength for you as the momma.

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  9. We'll keep you and yours in our prayers.

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  10. Hugs and prayers and love, my sweet friend...

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  11. Oh Jamie,
    Yes, sending prayers for you, Bridget, and all your family.
    (Hadn't seen anything prior to this, but will go back to read.)
    Sending lots of love and {{hugs}} too, my dear friend.

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  12. We added her to our evening rosary last night and will continue to pray.

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  13. Oh, Jamie Jo! If you were here I'd hug you! I'm just seeing this post and your last (we just moved -- turned out to be temporary and will be moving again this month). I'm praying for you and your sweetie pie! I'm grateful, though, that her momma knows the signs and it was diagnosed before things got too scary. I'm also praying for everything involved with your move. All that decluttering inspired me! We just threw stuff into storage before we put our house on the market -- I don't recommend it. Anyway, prayers for all of you being offered!

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  14. Oh, Jamie I wish I could hug you. You are an amazing mom to have recognized the signs and acted on it. Prayers for Sweetie Pie and for you as you forge ahead into a familiar and yet difficult new normal. Much love and hugs.

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  15. Our daughter was diagnosed when she was 3 1/2. She is 11 now and doing well. Your blog has been an inspiration for me. When she was diagnosed Steel Magnolias scenes went through my head - that was my only frame of reference ( not accurate at all). I have been inspired by all of your beautiful children and how you present yourself with such grace and no pity parties! :) thank you for all you do and I am so sorry for your daughter - praying for you all!

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  16. God must have a special role for her to play in this world. When he allows an innocent child to experience the cross at such a young age it is always for the formation of that soul. She has such a beauty to her and one can see her joy of life just by looking into a picture. My human heart is sad for her but I know she be like her mom and life her life to the fullest, no matter what. God Bless you all as you make changes to accommodate. You are all in our prayers.

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  17. *LIVE her life to the fullest

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  18. You trusted your gut, and you were right. Now you gotta trust that God will keep giving you the same guidance! She's so sweet!

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  19. Sorry. You will be in my prayers as you journey this together. God bless -Beth

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  20. I am so sorry to hear this. My 12-year-old was diagnosed the day before Thanksgiving. I wish nobody had to deal with T1D. You and your family are in my prayers. May God strengthen and guide you!

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  21. Worst friend every award goes to me! Just seeing this through fb. Prayers, prayers, prayers. You are an awesome momma with personal experience to deal with this. You've got this, but more importantly God has had this from the very beginning. Love to you.

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    1. ha! That should read - worst friend ever

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  22. I am so sorry to hear this. We have been praying ever since we saw your post on Facebook. Your family will continue to be in our prayers. Hugs.

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  23. My computers are all a mess so I cannot comment like before. I hope today went well. Your kids are very mature and easy. They take care of each other so well. I am so sorry for this.....you, however, are so loved and have so much support (look at these prayers and comments!). Hugs for sweetie pie. Like you said, she is just so little.

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  24. So sorry to read about your news. Praying for your Sweetie Pie and for you and your husband's strength to deal with this. You can do it!!! Of course you know, God will help you along every step of the way. He loves all of you! God Bless.

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  25. I am sorry Jamie Jo, it is so difficult to have our children go through struggles, pains and difficulties! Each one has their own story... I will pray for you and for your family as you support her and teach her to live with this. It is so good that you caught it when you did!! Prayers...

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  26. So sorry to hear this. I'll be praying for her and you and all of your family! Having lived with this yourself, you'll be able to help her and teach her how to take care of herself. It's hard right now, but you'll look back and see God's hand in all of this. God Bless.

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  27. Oh, I am continuing to pray, and God is always faithful to answer! (((HUGS)))

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  28. Jamie Jo - it has been such a busy week and I am behind on my blog reading. Prayers for your sweet daughter from Arizona. If you are comfortable with it, please private email me her complete name so I can get her on the prayer roll at church. Love and hugs from AZ.

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  29. They tell me the same thing even with three children with it. Sending a cyber hug and prayers for your family.

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