It was our most severe low to date, and I am still sick to my stomach over it. We were in the van on the way to the store. My father in law was driving, my husband was in the passenger seat, I was in the first bench and my two kiddos were in the back. Connor and Evan had been joking around and laughing. Connor kind of quieted down, and when I looked back, he looked like he was falling asleep. I knew this was not normal for him, so I quickly took out his meter and nearly yelled when I saw the 22. His eyes were rolling back at this point, but when I said his name, he would snap back for a few seconds. I kept telling him to "stay with me" as I gave him some tablets. I was kicking myself for not having juice. I kept shaking him to keep him conscious and keep him chewing. Thankfully, he came "back" after a few minutes, and was fully back to his goofy self within 10 minutes (with the help of some nerds candy). I dont think I have ever been that scared. My father in law has never really seen a bad low. He was REALLY shaken up. He went to the restroom as soon as we got to the store, and when he came out, I could tell he had been crying. He said if we hadnt been there, he would have just thought he was sleepy, and let him go to sleep. I bet he never will let Connor take a nap without checking him now! lol Connor has been sick the last several days, and his numbers have been CRAZY. We had checked him just before we left for the store and he was 120. I'm just praying he gets better soon, and his numbers stabilize a bit more. I really hate diabetes.