I look at Josh, and I see a child like any other 5yr old. Loves to play at the park, likes throwing a baseball with his dad, reading, and just doing what kids his age do. And when he needs a snack and as independent as he is helps himself to it. He's aware he needs to let me know what he's eating, but I think sometimes that I'm hungry, and Mom's busy, I'll just help myself, and think nothing more of it, but then I am reminding him of why he needs to tell me or come to me and I'll help him with his snack, I can't help but think, OK he knows how to test his blood, it's never to early to start adding Carbs with him and put the connection together....That's what tears my heart, today his teacher had mentioned that since he spent time in the nurses office today during class, he didn't get to do something like the other children and telling him that Maybe tomorrow he would get to do it, which doesn't seem fair to me. She doesn't seem to understand still how important it is to test his BS, and that if that comment made me feel like she was making him different than the other children, what would be his prespective???It just really hits me that, that's not what I'm trying to teach him....Anyways, I'm at a loss for words right now, so until tomorrow.