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Kid Blog Star of the Week – Growing Up With T1 Diabetes

This week’s Kid Blog Star is ten-year-old Lewis, who blogs about what it’s like to be Growing Up With Type 1 Diabetes.

Lewis was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes when he was 4, and this is his story. He thought it would be nice to tell everyone about his good moments and the not so good, so he started the blog in January.

 

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Lewis also races in a junior karting league and is involved in the Scouts. This is a big year for him as he’s leaving Primary School and moving to Secondary. So living with diabetes isn’t the only adventure Lewis is undertaking!

Come and visit him and leave a comment on Growing Up With T1 Diabetes.

 

Kid Blog Star of the Week is where we highlight an amazing blogger aged under 16 from somewhere in the world. Some of them will have been blogging for a while, and others will be newbies.

But they’ll all have one thing in common – we think they’re AMAZING. And if you’d like to submit your blog for consideration, leave a link in the comments. The only rule is that at least one of the people writing the blog has to be under 16.

But more importantly, please visit our featured bloggers and leave a comment to let them know you enjoyed their blog.

 

 

To Lewis – We love hearing about your adventures so keep on blogging and telling people what life is like for you – you’re an inspiration!  You get to wear the special KidBlogStar badge so here’s the code to pick it up

 

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20 Comments to “Kid Blog Star of the Week – Growing Up With T1 Diabetes”

  1. Tanner says:

    Keep doing what your doing Lewis. You are really brave to grow up with type 1 diabetes.

  2. Hirah says:

    tanner im new. my name is Hirah im in church field primary school its nice to meet you

  3. Marcus says:

    tanner is right

  4. Farhin says:

    hey IRIS and AMINA and CHYENNE

    LOLLLLLLLLLLLL

  5. zainab says:

    ill fell sad from Jack

  6. Marcus says:

    why LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL

  7. Ibrahim says:

    yeah why lollllllllllllllllllllll

  8. Marcus says:

    how can he race when he has diabetes

  9. Farhin says:

    Marcus he doesnt just run he runs to get rid of his diabetes

  10. jake says:

    It’s brave what your doing

  11. julia says:

    hey I know how you feel I am a ten year old girl with really bad adhd we have not found a medicence that works yet but im working on it I have to take a pill after lunch I feel so upset but I now that I have my blog and I will just blig about my feeling thanks bye

  12. seray says:

    hi its seary I come from turkey

  13. maddie says:

    Hi Lewis. I’m sorry about your diabetes. I hope you are ok. You’re blog is fantastic,and you’ve inspired me to write my own blog.You’re epic. See you later.

  14. Great post! Thank you for the insightful article. I would like to include a little bit more information that long-term hyperglycemia during diabetes causes chronic damage and dysfunction of various tissues, especially the eyes, kidneys, heart, blood vessels, and nerves.

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