Hi folks. I just found this site and I think you all are great! So many helpful suggestions. My gorgeous girl is 18 months old and was just diagnosed in December. We're still wrapping our brain around it. We've had to give her either a bottle or some sunflower seed butter between midnight and 4 am or she ALWAYS goes low in the night. The trouble is that she's so little and bedtime is about 9 pm (dinner at 7, then bath and story, snuggles, etc.) So she sleeps about 10 hours if we don't wake her up to feed her. I know most of you are all doing checks in the night, but I'd like at least for Ava to be able to get some sleep without her wacky parents stuffing a gloppy spoonful of nutbutter in her mouth. We've had one successful night of giving her a bottle while she stayed asleep, but most of her midnight snacks are met with a big squirming "No" and "Down!!" from my sleepy girl, who just wants to snuggle back in bed. Any thoughts? Also, has anyone had success with a daycare who was willing to give injections? We're on Lantus and Humalog with meals. Her daycare is great and happy to check BG, but shots are a no go. What do other folks do for daycare. I'd love to stay home, but that's not financially an option at the moment. Thanks!!!