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Jen: A Night Out, Just the Two of Us

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Parents of kids with type 1 diabetes particularly need to have some time to themselves, and this is ironically sometimes difficult to find -- though we've found a way.

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Kim: Date Night

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It's hard finding reliable babysitters willing to care for a child with type 1 diabetes. However, my sisters-in-law and I have a system that helps us have some time out with our husbands while we leave our kids in trusted hands.

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Jen: Equal Partners in Diabetes Care

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Craig and I are equal partners in James' diabetes care. And I do about 90 percent of the work related to caring for him. Can this juxtaposition be possible? Yes! And this is how I figure it.

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Making Time for Mom and Dad

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Parenting a child with type 1 diabetes leaves little time for date nights or romance. However, the stronger your relationship is, the better equipped you will be to tackle life's challenges -- like your child's diabetes diagnosis -- together.

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Kim: Daddy's Home

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I often underestimate the huge role that Kaitlyn's father plays in taking care of her type 1 diabetes.

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