Hi everyone, I have an amazing 4 year old who was diagnosed with T1D at 16 months old. Needless to say it's been a bit of a bumpy ride and we had been holding out hope that the insulin pump would bring the stability to her sugars that we had been looking for. Her sugars are much better for the most part however, when she had to change her infusion set she experiences a great deal of anxiety and panics at the thought. Ive tried to take the approach of getting it over and done with as quickly as possible but, she fights it and it very difficult for both of us. I find that she is less playful than she used to be and she has asked several times if we can just go back to injections. I have 2 questions really. 1) have any other parents of young children experienced this and could you offer some advice on making things easier on her? 2) she has only been on the pump for about a month, is this rejection a normal pat of the adjustment process? Right now this doesn't feel great, sure her sugars are better but, the child matters too. My diabetes team has been really great about medical support bur, they haven't much to offer in the way of emotional support. I could use some supportive advice.