Wednesday, December 30, 2009

10:00.

At ten o'clock we have to check Fisher's blood sugar. It's about three hours after his last insulin dosage, and therefore a good measure of where his levels will be through the night. He doesn't usually wake for the finger poke, and actually, even if we then have to give him some insulin (if his blood sugar is too high), he will generally sleep through that, too.

Monday night I opened the door to the kids' room to check him, and if he had been one centimeter closer to the door I would have whacked him with it, because this is where I found him.
Funny thing is, the next morning we asked him where he fell asleep. Ground, says he.

7 comments:

Melanie said...

such a sweet boy. :) love those jammies!

Megan said...

I miss those jammies on Jacob. They were so great. I also love that he knew he fell asleep on the "ground". I'm glad you didn't end up whacking his head.

Katie said...

How funny! I can't believe he remembered!

Cathy Bolander said...

HaHa! Kids are so cute. Fisher sounds like such a sweetie. I wish I lived closer to see him more.

Nicole Svendsen said...

i love that he doesn't even wake up for finger pokes...what a blessing that is:)

Dre said...

omg! lol. he is so cute! better open that door gingerly from now on! its nice that he is such a great sleeper and you are such a great nurse! xoxo Happy New Year!! xoxo

Amy said...

That's too sweet!

I was thinking about you and your kiddos sharing a room and wondering how you make that work. Hayden walked into Ben's room this afternoon while Ben was napping, peered into the crib, which woke Ben up, Ben started crying, then Hayden burst into tears.