Woman, Independent Parent, Artist, Advocate, Artifical Pancreas.... and EVERYTHING in between.

I am blessed to be parenting two beautiful girls, ages eight and eleven. My youngest nearly lost her life at age six (August 2010) to diabetic ketoacidosis: an often fatal consequences of undiagnosed type 1 diabetes. This is OUR journey: raw and sometimes, uncensored.

Thank you for visiting wishing good health and a cooperative pancreas to you and yours.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Diabetic Barbie

There is a little girl in Eastern Canada, who would like to know why they don't have a diabetic barbie. I think that's a great question Emma! If Mattel has made bald barbies for pediatric cancer patients, you'd think they would realize this could be a huge niche market they're overlooking.

If you support diabetic Barbie (and frankly, I support most wishes made by diabetic little kids) please visit her FaceBook page

Apparently Mattel doesn't take random suggestions, so the hope is if the page gets enough 'likes' maybe they'll realize there's some substance to the request.

Rock on Emma! May you one day get your Barbie doll.

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