LBJ... honey, I know how much you worry and freak out at the least little sign of CD. I have two daughters who are fully grown...but I did the very same thing with their poo-poos.... even as they were growing up, the minute they said , I have a sore tummy, my first question would always be " are you poopin".... next time you go, let me have a look.... they are now 18, and 19 and I still have the same reaction and first question although they are not letting me have a 'look' anymore.
But I do have a new grandaughter .... she is soon to be 7 months old...... and she farts like a trooper. I'm thinking , Lord that can't be normal. I think my daughter , although she won't admit it... is wondering and worrying about CD also... everytime the baby has a 'different ' looking poop.... she asks me what could be causing it.... so we go through the litany of possibilities.... we always come up with a common sense reason.... change of formula, or green beans for dinner....
but I surely understand your concerns. My son in law also has type 1 diabetes which is another big worry... he was diagnosed at 5 yrs old. Our baby girl always has sweaty hands and feet... so we worry about that too.
I think as moms and grandmas we worry about everything anyway....but when there is chronic disease in the family, its naturally at the forefront of our worries all the time.
Much love and prayers to you and your little one.
51 yr.old retired RN,Crohn's D for last35 yrs..severe esophagitis, migraines,strictures,urethral stricture,depression,probable MS.,RLS, arthritis