@Daniela_Martinez welcome to TuDiabetes! Congratulations on your pregnancy. And a HUGE high five on getting your A1c down.
I’ve had 3 successful pregnancies with D. You can do this. Please do not focus on the past. Only look forward to the future. My advice to you is this. Stay in very close communication with your endo and OB/GYN. Your body is going through a lot right now. Be prepared for several ups and downs with your blood sugars. You’re probably going to want to test A LOT throughout the day and night. I would set my alarm for 2am to check. If you have a partner to help you with this, I highly recommend you ask them to get involved. Keep quick carbs with you everywhere you go. You never know when baby is gonna need a little more from you than you planned. Low blood sugars are very likely to happen, especially in the first trimester.
Stay positive and get plenty of rest. I know, I know…everybody says that. But, it’s so true. You’re going to be just fine and so is that baby. Don’t beat yourself up when you happen to have a high or low. Just correct it and move on.
Hope this helps you. Take it from me, it’s worth every single minute of hard work when you see that beautiful baby for the first time.