Hanna is usually so responsible that I don't look over her shoulder too much. I will scroll through her numbers when I check her after she is asleep. So yesterday, Saturday, she was 80 at 7am and I am trying to leave 80s alone, tested her again an hour later, 8am, 84 so pretty stable. I did wake her at 9, I was on my way out and she had to be at a rehearsal at 11. Rehearsal was from 11-4. She was supposed to do a service project from 4:30-9 with her GS troop, she had a big melt down about going, turned out to be canceled so she stomped upstairs. She did appear for dinner at 7 but I was busy with my 2 yo and not paying attention. Flash forward to 10:30pm, I go to check her, she's asleep, her bg is 300 and she has not tested since I tested her at 8 am or bolused. I really wanted to wake her up and yell, but I let her sleep, the high came down nicely. It was a good desicion because I was a lot calmer this am when I told her I expect tests every 3 hrs or so or there would be consequences. I don't want to come down too hard, I can see she is tired and frustrated by her diabetes right now. On the flip side I want to shake her. Trying to find a good balance is so hard.