With gymnastics and Valentine’s Day yesterday we forgot to do Amelia’s math homework oops! She finished it up at the bus stop. 😌 On the #Diabetes front, I think we finally perfected her bedtime snack. She’s supposed to eat 10g carbs when she goes to bed to help keep her from going too low. Lows in the night are scariest because she isn’t awake to identify the signs...extreme lows could lead to seizures, coma and even dying in her sleep. 😭 As you can probably guess it’s hard for Mom & Dad to get solid rest! Anyway, the TYPE of snack she eats at bedtime makes a difference. Something sugary will spike her blood sugar and then dip low, causing us to have to get up and make her eat or drink in her sleep when her alarm goes off. The last few nights she has eaten graham crackers (carbs) with peanut butter (fat & protein) and it’s caused her blood sugar level to go up a little and come back down evenly so she wakes up between 100-110 in the morning, which is perfect. I think we’ll keep this up. If you’re a #diabetic or have a diabetic child, what bedtime snacks do you eat?