DD has been wearing a sensor the last couple of weeks, hoping I will never speak D-talk to her again. I am trying very hard, but after 9 years, I start Jones'ing if it has been too many hours without a comment or question. She totally trusts the Minimed Sof-sensor and is only testing to calibrate. She wants me to not do nightchecks as she is wearing the sensor. I finger tested her at 2am after a hockey game the first week she wore a sensor again and she was 2.2(40) with no alarm ringing. She had turned it off a couple of times in her sleep. Her response is "nothing happened to me". She is furious when I ask her if she has Dex or Smarties with her. I would love to stop asking, but there have been many times she has turned back to get them after I asked and just last week I drove to her school to drop off a reservoir and insulin that ran out. I never have to remind her to change her site anymore. Her numbers have been so much better (since our last endo visit with the not so good A1C), as she is trying hard, though she still refuses to log. She is a smart cookie, but still very much a teen and when her mind is stuck on a boy, D-management can take a back seat (hence the last A1C). Do I let go completely or bear the wrath a while longer? I meet young adults with Type 1 who say they wish they had someone to check them through the night. Mine thinks its too controlling.