A story of a Type 1 Diabetic Dad and his Dinosaur Son

Jack and Mike share their usual banter from the outtakes, complete with peanut butter mishaps and giggles that will have you in stitches. From Jack’s sticky toast to Mike’s hypo-induced antics, it’s a rollercoaster of laughs and relatable moments.

A story from an anonymous listener who shares a heartwarming and funny hypo experience with his son, Billy. Picture this: an 8-year-old hypo dinosaur refusing to eat jelly babies because he’s “not a mean dinosaur.” It’s a tale that will make you laugh and cry, showcasing the unique challenges and joys of managing Type 1 Diabetes as a family.

Jack and Mike also discuss what they would name their hypos if they had to pick something like “dinosaur.” The lads also share some listener reviews, expressing gratitude for the support and feedback from their community.

  • 00:00 – This is the episode for you lot, the listeners
  • 00:36 – Outtakes
  • 08:47 – Dad telling a story about his type one diabetic son and his funny hypo
  • 11:54 – What would you call your hypo?
  • 16:11 – New review segment
  • 17:18 – That wraps it up

As always, the episode is filled with laughs, relatable moments, and valuable insights into living with Type 1 Diabetes. Join the conversation and share your stories with the T1D community. Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe to help others find the podcast.

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