Manners that is.
I'm not sure where in the blogging, tweeting, and facebooking equation people got the idea that it was acceptable to put down, criticize or belittle D Moms on how they "pancreate".
Hmm? Yes I'm talking to YOU. Sometimes you hide under "Anonyomous" aka "pu$$y", other times you have balls and actually use your name.
You accuse us of sharing our stories to scare others.
Accuse of us "inducing lows" to get that 6.5 A1C.
Tell us that no kid should be eating that much pasta.
Belittle us for posting pics of our kids site changes or the like.
Assume that because your kid doesn't go low when he jumps on his bed for 5 minutes that mine shouldn't either.
Judge us because we choose one pump over the other.
Start a pissing match because we went with one CGM instead of another.
Make snide comments because we use skittles instead of glucose tabs.
Rip us to shreds because we blog about our deepest fears.
There's soooooo much more that you've done.
To me. To my friends. Scratch that my family.
And guess what? It makes YOU the shithead not us.
You're the insensitive fucktard (thanks Rey), who has no idea what support means.
Clearly your fighting to find some of your own, but given your major personality flaw, hasn't found anyone to do for you what my girls do for me, and I for them.
So take this as a warning? A memo? A ettiquette 101? Whatever you'd like to call it.
You and your snide comments are not welcomed here.
Not on our blogs.
Not on our facebooks.
Not in our emails.
Not on our twitters.
Not on Google+ (which I'm sure no ones invited you too, for obvious reasons).
More and more I'm seeing comments on my "D sistas'' blogs and most recently a facebook.
So I thought I would take the time to say, on behalf of all us fabulous D mamas.
Clearly we are just too amazing for you to stand.