We get to go to the endo again on Monday. In some ways I am always glad it's time to go so we can get some feedback, discuss his numbers, new approaches, etc.. The last 3 months have been a wreck. There is really no reason, a couple of colds, but nothing out of the ordinary, but I know his A1c is going to be high. Last appointment it was at 9, and I think it will be better, but not by much. We try for good control, but with a 2 year old everything seems crazy. He is stubborn, so we never know what he will eat, and have started avoiding prebolusing due to this. And I swear that when he sees us using the remote to give insulin he stops eating. Everytime. Its like his own little rebellion, sees the remote or feels the vibration, and he's done. Doesn't matter how hungry he is. And sneaking food. I don't remember my other son doing this. We can't even leave bread on the counter, he will grab the loaf, rip it open, and stuff his face. We don't deny him food, I think it is just more fun for him to see our reaction when he does it himself. He's almost big enough to open the fridge, so that ought to be fun. I am on this forum quite a bit, and read about kids having spikes into the 180's, and can't help but laugh and feel a little sick. I know he is little, his range is 100-180 so he is going to run higher than that at times, but sometimes it feels like all the time. Last year I was so on top of things with D, his numbers were better, but I seriously felt like I was going to go crazy, my life revolved around it. I had to let go a little or I would be no good to anyone. Now I feel like it's an all or nothing, but that isn't healthy emotionally for anyone in my family. Sorry for the rant, but maybe someone else is in this boat, and won't feel quite so alone. Managing D in infants and toddlers can be very daunting! Have a nice weekend!