So, teenagers and diabetes can be frustrating. Well, teenagers are frustrating much of the time, but add in D and it gets to be more frustrating.
So, my son is handling 95 - 99% of all decision making, which is fine, but doesn’t ask as many questions as he used to. So today, I made lunch, homemade marinara with zucchini noodles for the adults, and with pasta for the boys. Of course, I ask my son which meal he wants, and surprisingly he opts for the zucchini noodles. Everyone agreed that they were fabulous, but after dinner my son asks how many carbs the meal was. (it was 12g CHO).
Oops, he pre-bolused for 50 assuming that there was some noodles in the zucchini pasta. Well, fortunately it was his big brothers birthday, and so he had to make himself right by eating some cheesecake.
Unlimited, but I would rather he find out what the meal is going to be before he doses…