Hello, I'm new to the forum and have a question for anyone who's had a similar experience. My son was dx'd type 1 this last April 2nd and over the last week has needed almost no insulin. He actually had a day in which his readings were all under 100 with no boluses (Novolog) except at dinner and then he ended up low at 56. I have upped his mealtime insulin unit/carb ratio from 1:25 to 1:55. I have reduced his 8 p.m. dose of Levemir from 7 units to 6 and he's still waking up around 100. He has skipped his breakfast bolus for the past several mornings and has had readings between 105-130 five hours later pre-lunch--and that's with a small snack following gym class which is about 90 mins before lunch. It's a blessing that he's not taking so many shots and his needs have been minimal so far, but is this common? Is he just experiencing a really nice honeymoon? He's a late bloomer and is probably a third or so the way through puberty, barely 5'2" and about 92 pounds. He's only gained about 3 pounds over his pre-symptom weight. He's playing fall baseball right now, but the games don't involve any extreme workouts--it's more instructional/working on plays, skills, etc., so I wouldn't say his activity level is much higher or anything. To the contrary, he was much more active over the summer, I could hardly get him off his bike! And he swam a lot, too. He went into the hospital 476 with ketones at diagnosis, so I have been assured there was no mistake in his diagnosis. He wants nothing to do with a pump, and I worry what his injection doses will be like when the honeymoon is over. : ( Any insights/thoughts for this newbie d-mom would be most appreciated!