So, starting from the left, we've got:
* A mug for holding new syringes. Sort of like a pencil cup, I find it easier to grab one when they're all standing up.
* Our black D-bag which holds everything we need (except for the test kit) when we go anywhere.
* Poking out of the D-bag is the blue Poucho which holds and keeps the insulin cool during the hotter months. It's a pretty clever little gizmo, activated by water so you don't have to carry an ice pack around during the summer.
* Also barely poking out of the D-bag is the rocket (Inject-Ease device) that makes T-Bear's injections a bit less painful.
* Not poking out of the D-bag are alcohol wipes, glucose tablets, spare test strips, and spare lancets.
* T-bear's flame-colored SPIBelt that contains his testing supplies and glucose tablets.
* Log sheets and pen.
* Two vials of insulin in their protective cases (so they won't break when I drop them on the tile floor). Blue is Lantus, pink is Humalog.
*T-Bear's vitamins and supplements, and the fancy little glass we put them in.
* Spare test kit (the SPIBelt is often floating around the house).
* Calculator for adding up carbs and calculating doses.
* Empty milk jug for collecting used sharps.
* Nutrition scale for weighing foods and determining carbs.
So, that's about it. Everything we need to calculate and prep a dose of insulin as quickly and easily as possible. And, it's easy to load up the D-bag with whatever we need when we are heading out the door.
Where do you keep your D-stuff?