My teen was running a fever yesterday, and I overshot the basal increase. When we realized it, she didn't want me to drop it. She grazed all day without carb-counting or bolussing; she ate when she wanted and if she needed to eat, the CGM alarmed. Granted, after 3 years, she knows approximately how much things will spike her, but she was delighted last night that she'd been able to eat without counting - and that her graph for the day was better than the Bionic Pancreas! It flies in the face of everything we were taught, but it has me thinking maybe we should just have days occasionally where the basal is intentionally too high and snacking is expected, to ease the burden of being a teen with T1.