I've been intensely managing Ben's blood sugar's lately the past 3 weeks, other than testing (which for the most he remember's on his own) I've done everything. This weekend was a busy one, and he was out a lot. He kept saying "I got this mom", and giving me the 'back off' attitude. So I told him to prove it. He did great until last night. First thing, he was spending the night at a friends house so around 11 I texted him to test and text. He texted me back a number (172). When I looked back through his meter there is NO test for last night after 7pm. This morning he was 88, everything's good. Felt low at church but doesn't know where is meter is. Treat it, and check at home 116. OK, send him to movie with girlfriend, with smarties and meter. Then to church. He gets home and says he went low twice. So I start looking back through meter. at 4 he was 105, and at 6 he was 296! No time between 3 when I dropped him off and 7 when he got home was there any low numbers. He "treated' the low with the smarties, 2 big cups of grape soda, chips and who knows what else. He said he corrected for the 296. He wants a brownie and to go to friends house to watch super bowl. He starts grazing I guess, at home and at friends. I can tell he is going high when he gets home, but he says he just took insulin at 9:15. So I stay up until 12:15 and test and he is 440! I was already upset about lying to me last night about testing, but tonight just eating...(he did that once earlier this week too) and letting blood sugar hit 440 I'm furious.... So I am going to ground him for lying to me about testing last night. but I don't know how to handle the repeated behavior of just eating. If you haven't read my other posts his last A1C was 13. I wasn't paying attention and would let him go to bed with 400's and sleep all night. What are you're thoughts about allowing him one "diabetes free night" a month with friends that we will just deal with the highs when he gets home. but the rest of the time he needs to be always counting carbs (or asking for help) and taking appropriate insulin doses or he doesn't go anywhere without mom and mom is always "up in his business" I know he is getting tired of it, but I can not go back to the way things have been the past year.