4 Comments

  1. Jenn
    07/15/2015 @ 10:24 PM

    Eydie, they were foreign to me too when we started. And, it’s been overwhelming and scary many times. But, her autism is hard enough. I knew I didn’t want to handle both and have done what I could to get rid of it.

  2. Jenn
    07/15/2015 @ 10:23 PM

    I wish she wouldn’t drink diet either. My older daughter and I have both pretty much kicked pop to the curb in the last year, but Nove’s pretty stuck right now in think she has to have pop if we go out to eat.

  3. Misty Spears
    07/15/2015 @ 2:50 PM

    So glad things are improving. Diabetes is something that runs in my family so I’m always careful and try to teach my kids to eat a healthy diet and opt for low carb/low sugar foods when they can. Excellent that you can get her to drink diet soda. Regular is so full of sugar!

  4. Eydie Stumpf
    07/15/2015 @ 12:48 PM

    (From the Article Writing Challenge Group)

    wow – I’m not sure I would have been able to handle the challenges that you are working with. God bless you for having the patience and stamina to do what you’ve done. Just reading your timeline update is putting me in panic mode – the terms you’re using are so foreign to me. You’re doing a great job – your daughter is lucky to have you as her mom. Eydie 🙂

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