DS just got over his croup about a week ago, and during the time he had it we battled crazy numbers. Everything seems to have returned to normal dosing wise, but his after breakfast numbers are just driving me nuts! His I:C ratios for lunch and dinner are back to normal (1:25), but I've had to keep reducing his breakfast ratio and it doesn't seem to be helping at all. We've gone from 1:25 down to 1:15, and nothing seems to change. His usual breakfast is either waffles or cereal (dry) with a glass of almond milk and a scrambled egg. In short, he's not consuming any more than 35g of carbs and even a dose of 2u didn't scratch it. I'm wondering if this is just the aftermath of the illness he had and his body's in the process of trying to normalize itself again, or if something else is going on. I know that the obvious answers are to either reduce the carbs and give him something else for breakfast, or to keep reducing the I:C ratio until we get somewhere, but I'd really hate to tell the little guy that cereal and waffles are 'no go' foods. As an example, I checked his glucose two hours post breakfast today and he was sitting at 301. I have no issues with dropping his I:C ratios even more than I already have, but I've just never had to drop him this much before. It seems like in order to get anywhere with that after breakfast number, I'd have to reduce his I:C ratio down to at least 1:8 or 1:10 just to get it to do anything, and that just seems awfully low to me. Any ideas??