I feel like I keep going back to the same questions over and over :-( I apologize in advance as I know I posted this not too long ago before we tweaked doses. Lantus was dropped one unit last Friday (to 9 units), we also dropped breakfast from 1:22 to 1:26 and lunch from 1:26 to 1:28 over the weekend .....dinner we left alone at 1:30. This is where we are....Dinner last night was at 9PM (as well as Lantus).... 11PM 2hr post was 139.... 1AM dropped to 102....since the number was dropping and we expect a bigger drop around 3am bec of Lantus peak we did 7g carb. 3am 112 (it was probably higher before bec of snack, but dropped with Lantus, this is what we typically see) 5am 111 7am 95 8am 82 9am 71 (breakfast & novolog at this point, we gave free juice to compensate for the low) +++++ at this point I am questioning the number continuing to drop ... should Lantus be holding higher at this point..meaning our dose is still too high? 11AM 99 (2hr post) 12PM 76 (7g carb) 12:30 88 1PM 69 (10g carb) 1:30 73 1:45 80 2PM 76 (13 carb) ++++ these last couple of numbers were also 4+ hr post Novolog, are they indicative of Lantus??? 2:30 lunch .... since we were hitting lows and were having a wrap which seems to hit later spikes than we cover with pre-meal novolog we delayed Novolog until 3PM 5PM (2hr post) 220 6:30 (going into karate) 146 7PM 133 7:30 (after karate) 96 (7 g carb) 8-9 (tumbling) 15g carb sipped throughout class 9:20PM 87 ++++this chunk I am good with, dropping through activity and carbs to compensate 9:30 PM (dinner and lantus) since we had pasta I delayed Novalog by 40 min .... tested 9:50 @99, waited for a bit more rise 10:10 PM before Novalog shot 124 12:10 AM 2hr post 95 ++++ this is where we are now. I am debating snack/no snack. On one hand I want to give something to bring number up, on the other hand I am expecting the pasta to hit soon .... which means snack will sky rocket night numbers. Does the dropping through the day mean Lantus is still too high? (the carbs we keep giving though the day are not desired, btw - we keep giving them when she feels like she is dropping and test lower than we'd like). Thank you all again in advance, D.