This is dedicated to our life with Emma and her newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes. Information, ranting, and updates is what you will find in here.
Oh my goodness Chris! Miss Emma is just the most adorable thing ever. Looooved this video. Thank you for sharing with us.
Trust me Vivian...It was my pleasure. Thanks for checking "Miss Emma" out.
Oh man, Chris-You're killin' me over here. Emma is just a little doll-- and clearly, quite brilliant.
AWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!! That was sooo frickin cute!! Jarret and I are watching her before he gets ready for school. Jarret was very impressed with her knowining 2+1!! I was too.. but Jarret's eye brows raised and looked at me in aww!!! Love the videos .. please do more so we can see how smart she is!!
That was precious!!! I have tears rolling down my cheeks right now. She's just so sweet and smart...and damn diabetes...I hate it.
O...M...G! If she isn't the cutest ever.I think Jacob (my 3 yr old) has a crush on her. He was all grins and giggles watching her....
Miss Emma is just too cute for words! Dam the D!!!!!
man, she is a cutie!
Seriously, how cute is she????What a sweetheart!
She is so adorable!!!!!
Thanks you guys. After such a crazy day at work it was sure a treat to come home to first Her and Her Mommma and all these comments. Such a proud Daddy just got even prouder. I am so happy you all enjoyed this.. She even recites the different alarm companies signs when we go for walks...."ADT".."AAA"..."telec" i dont know what to do with her. SO i just kiss and hug her lots and lots.
She is just precious. And it's just as cute, listening to you and your wife giggling in the backgroud. ;)
Miss Emma is the cutest!!!!Wow, Chris you have a little genius on your hands! She is so great. Thanks for sharing. Man, I miss mine being that little and cute! Enjoy ever second (which I can tell you do!)
That is one super cute little girl!
My favourite is number "eet".Kelsey, like Emma, used to sing the "ABCDs".I can't even speak. Beyond cute.On another note, if anyone reads this, there is an article in this month's Chatelaine magazine about diabetes. I read it when Jake was in the hospital this past weekend and thought I'd pass the info on. It talks about stigmas with the disease, and it touches on Type 2 as well. Chris, if you want the magazine, I'll give it to you so you can read it.
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