Some background info. When Ava first went on the pump, she was a hungry toddler who wanted to eat about every two hours. Hence, we set her basal in the daytime absurdly high to counteract the grazing and breakfast spike. Now she's three and half, she has discovered the fine art of being a picky eater. So this little trick is now resulting in way too many gummy bears. Alas, it is time to drastically alter the basals and turn them into something that actually behave like a basal instead of a steady stream of bolus. Here's where I need help with the math. If I cut down the basal, I'm going to need to up the bolus. Help please. Currently Ava's daytime basals are as follows (and without carbs, she will drop) Overnight 0.150 7:30 am 0.325 1:30 pm 0.275 7:30 pm 0.150 Her ICR for breakfast and lunch is 1:14 Dinner is 1:18 Any suggestions would be appreciated, particularly from you mathletes (you know who you are ) or toddlers who grew out of the graze a palooza stage. Thanks!!!