[quote user="Stephanie"]Because of my diabetic history is pregnancy a crazy idea?[/quote]
Not crazy at all. I think having a pump w/ CGM will make it much easier to keep your blood glucose levels where your doctors want. I was diagnosed at age two, and like you, had a few years of in & out of hospitals in my early teens. Finally got on top of it in my early 20s. (late teens weren't great control but I wasn't in ketoacidosis every few months either... getting by, we'll call it). Anyway, we had our first daughter when I was 25 and second daughter when I was 27. Both were born in the 6lb range when born and I had not complications. It can be done. It's a lot of work (my docs wanted my A1C below 6 the entire pregnancy) and you'll need lots of support from work and hubby (I had doc appts every week the first 6 months, then twice a week - felt like I lived in that pernatologists' office :-)
So, talk to your docs. Find out where they want you before getting pregnant and what kind of OB/Endo/Pernitalogist setup they are going to have you in. Good luck!
I do know of a few people (some here on Juvenation) who had eye issues, and they did c-sections to avoid that pressure on the eyes. Something to keep in mind and discuss with your doctors.