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Tuesday, 31 January 2012

February Competition

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There is 1 prize of a £40 Amazon voucher to be given away.

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96 comments:

Anonymous said...

keep up the good work spreading
the awareness of diabetes,
& look after yourself as well x

Rhonda said...

I think you have a fantastic blog and you are doing a great thing, my Dad has type 2 and it is scary at times. I hope your son is ok.

Ruth_Marianna said...

Good luck with your blog. It is definately an issue many know little about

mummy24 said...

great blog very interesting

steven elliott said...

Count me in.

Mimi said...

You're doing a great job! Hope your son improves in time and all the very best for the future to you both! x

Tracy K Nixon said...

I think you are doing a great job, considering you are a Mummy blogger! My mum suffers from Type 2 diabetes and I know she finds it hard as an adult to monitor her sugar levels and watch her diet. You have to help your little one through this and I think that needs lots of support and knowledge - and you are obviously doing all you can! Your story is an inspiration and I'm sure you will help others along the way. I wish you well and look forward to following you! Thank you x

philiboy said...

I knew very little about diabetes, but know more now. Great Blog with feeling.

Sara said...

My Dad is a diabetes sufferer and has been for some years. Thanks for raising awareness x

feefeegabor said...

It's a great blog - very informative. My daughter's "boyfriend" (well, she is 10!) has Type 1 Diabetes so I appreciate your advice.

Adam Barraclough said...

Great blog!

Tracey Tibbles said...

Love your blog, really give some good info

Alison said...

excellent blog and keep up the good work with your son and weight loss your doing well.

emmav6 said...

it's definately what is needed out there for people like me who are pretty clueless about it & need a way to explain & inform things simply, brilliant job!

Anonymous said...

I think your blog is brilliant. Diabetes is a horrible disease. It really does need more awareness and publicity. I thought Diabetes was just "Oh you can't have sugar" until someone you know is affected then it totally wakes you up to it. It is a dangerous disease and people really need to know about it. Donated & good luck. kayleigh39@sky.com

chalkee44 said...

Great blog! a very interesting read. My father has diabetes so this was good to read.

Kieran said...

Great blog!

newlynjim said...

Good luck with your blog, your raising awareness and most of all to you and your son

Hilda Hazel Wright said...

I have a facebook penpal who suffers from diabetes, and I know how awful it can be. Good luck with your blog and I hope that improvements can be made in the treatment!

Susan Crosswaite said...

Great blog - informative and helpful

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work. I think it's very misunderstood what diabetes is / means

Alison Smith said...

I think you're doing something really worthwhile here.

anthony harrington said...

i have an elderly 90 year old friend who has type 2 and a young friend who has type 2, as much awareness as possible is vital

Jill Webb said...

great blog site interesting hubby is type 2, keep up the fund raising

Jamie-Lee said...

This blog is a great way for others to share there experiences and see that they are not alone. Very good idea to start it up - keep up the good work x

Nick Aris said...

Nick Aris

keep up the good work

Just_me said...

I stumbled on your blog by entering one of your giveaways but I now quite like reading the updates by emails. It's fascinating to learn about life with diabetes esp for young child. Keep blogging as youve got a thumbs up for your great work from me :)

Anonymous said...

Great blog. Great way to raise awareness. Good luck with it.

mail said...

a very informative blog and always good to raise awareness of this illness

nataliemay30 said...

I love reading your updates. Your blog is inspirational, informative I find it very supportive.

Marilyn Wilkinson said...

What a good idea to raise awareness of this issue. Well done and good luck

smithy said...

Would love to win x

kd said...

great blog!

Taz12 said...

Great way to raise awareness!

Louise Smith said...

Keep up the good work!

aesop57 said...

Your blog is a great way of raising awareness your gargantuan efforts are highly commendable

EmmaH said...

It's a great blog and a good way to raise awareness.

softkiss51 said...

I don't really know very much about diabetes but I think your blog is very informative and has made me more aware of what diabetes is!
Thankyou for the fab competition!

Tim Bain said...

Strange comment method for blog, but the content is what matters, I hope it does well...not many blogs have a useful purpose like this one :)

Sam Deakin said...

Fantastic and worthwhile blog. Well done and keep it up. It's really inspiring.

John said...

its an interesting blog, which has alot of information which I'm finding useful as my partner is borderline diabetic

SleepyHollow123 said...

Found your blog by chance, my daughter is currently being tested for ? diabetes. Your blog is informative and has been a huge help, thanks to you for your time and effort in helping others

hilla1 said...

Great blog! Taught me lot

jo said...

loving the blog

Anonymous said...

Good informative blog. My grandma's family had a lot diabetes running in it, but fortunately my grandma & Dad seem ok & have missed it.

Anonymous said...

Good blog & very informative.

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emma lowe said...

great blog, keep up the good work :)

florence@artbrand said...

Really useful information. Thanks for such a useful blog.

legs21 said...

I think you have a fantastic blog and you are doing a great thing,keep up the good work spreading
the awareness of diabetes

Anonymous said...

You are doing a great job spreading the word and the awareness of diabetes, not enough if known about it.

srobertson2 said...

Admirable of you to try and raise awareness in this way...too many of us just hope things will change but aren't willing to do anything about it. Keep up the good work.

Carolann Turner said...

Fab blog, your making people aware of diabetes and thats great. I have Type 2 and was diagnosed in 2010, Im 49 now and it did come as a big shock, Im learning to cope now a year on. It must be awful for children though, good luck with the blog x

angie mummy said...

Well done on raising more awareness on diabetes. I think it is important that people know the difference between type I and type II.

x

kiki_725 said...

My mum has diabetes and i dont really know much so this site is super helpful!

Jenni said...

Fantastic idea as to how to raise awareness!

Cheeky said...

I think it's great - I remember you being very active in trying to raise awareness a long time ago on MSE, and I think your blog is a great way to do that. I know there are so many people who confuse type 1 & 2 diabetes, so the publicity for type 1 is badly needed!

steph_marie said...

I think its amazing what you have done x

stephmcuk@yahoo.co.uk

Anonymous said...

I like how you are raising awareness - when my husband first got diagnosed with diabetes I found it hard wanting to change his diet- the doctor said that whilst diet was a factor he ate heathily enough and he needed the tablets - it was all the horror stories about amputation etc that freaked me out

Paul Mellor said...

Fantastic blog. Raising awareness for a worthy cause. Keep up the good work :)

Lisa said...

Just arrived at your blog and I really found it exceptionally informative. Keep up the excellent work! My cousins twin´s have diabetes and I have passed on the link to him

Jo Y said...

I think you're doing a great job and the fact that you're raising money and awareness is fantastic. Keep it up :)

Deborah said...

Brilliant blog, so much information.
Keep up the good work

Robert Macolive said...

Very interesting blog, I have learnt a lot!

hoops said...

I've just discovered your blog.... It's very interesting and informative
thank you

paula said...

Nice blog and have read a few posts,its a great idea to raise awareness and educate people about diabetes and living with diabetes.
Paula
xx

Bob said...

More info on diabetes the better. Like your blog.

pepicola said...

Great job - keep up the good work.

spearce said...

Great way to raise awareness,hope your son is doing ok and dont forget about yourself!x x

Julie Henderson said...

i think its amazing what your son is doing - rare thing in children nowadays

CherryT said...

very admirable of you to help promote awareness :-)

Anonymous said...

great blog

matphil said...

It's a lovely blog good luck with it.

Nic's Notebook said...

What a fab idea to promote awareness - big well done to you for a great blog x

Angela Todd said...

:)

kemo_2002 said...

i think its a great idea to start blog! ive loved reading

Anonymous said...

goog info

debwh142 said...

You are doing a great job raising awareness - look forward to reading it - you are doing a great job

Tina Lawton said...

amazing blog!! would love to win Amazon Voucher..

Vicks said...

Wonderful blog - please keep it up. Very informative x

Cheryll said...

I have to confess to just having found your blog, but as an avid blog reader I have joined in GFC and hope t give you more useful feedback next time :) @pipersky1

Sarah moley martin said...

Keep up the good work hun!! My son has a rare genetic condition, we all need to raise awareness of how conditions affect children. xx

Charlotte Jones said...

An inspirational and informative blog, somewhere to come and find real advise from a real person!

Alison said...

lovely blog and great idea to raise awareness

katscreamy said...

hiya!

Daddy By Night said...

Great informative blog

roblufc said...

A really informative blog and definately helps raise awareness

mishel02 said...

excellent blog and keep up the good work with your son and weight loss your doing well. xxx

Kerry-Ann Pope said...

You are doing an amazing job raising awareness! Very informative.

Carrie said...

Great blog. It's so important to raise awareness.

rugmaker said...

Awesome blog - keep up the good work!

Ross W said...

Having experienced a child's father endure an anaphylactic shock next to me on a bus due to him not observing his blood-sugar level when I was 14, it's vital to make as many people as possible aware of Diabetes, and how to deal with it (directly or indirectly)

Leah Sullivan said...

I think the blog is great and will take time to read even more now I'm here. My Mum has had type 1 diabetes ever since she had me 28 years ago and it is a worry everyday for our family, but the more awareness that is raised the better the outlook for the future. xxx

andrewjsully@hotmail.com

sjw01 said...

I thoroughly enjoy reading your blog and I think it is truly inspirational how you raise awareness and help others :)

caroline Hammond said...

You are doing a great job. I have learnt new things....well done x

nicole101 said...

Fabulous Blog, I really enjoy reading it!!

flamingice said...

I think it's fantastic that you're blogging for a cause. Keep up the good work!