For the last few days, Greg has been running low. He'll wake up in the 200s (his Lantus doesn't last through the night, but we don't want to make any changes, as he starts the pump on Thursday), have a normal breakfast, get the correct dose of insulin, and then two hours later, he's low. Just this morning, he woke up at 178 (which is great for him!), had breakfast, and got his insulin. We went to the park for an hour, and when I tested him, he was 50. I was surprised, because I was conservative with the insulin. Still, I do know that exercise brings him down, although never that low. I gave him a 17 carb snack, and 20 min. later, he was only 59 (he usually comes up quickly). I gave him a glucose tablet, and that brought him up to 83. By lunch he was 113. Tonight at dinner, he was 134. He had Chick-Fil-A (we were coming back from the endo), had about 60 carbs, and got his insulin. I then baked chocolate chip cookies...not low carb, but full out chocolate chip cookies. I told him he could have three, but he'd have to have an extra shot, which he was fine with. I tested him 30 min. ago, and he was 72! This was 2 hours after the insulin, and an hour after the three cookies. I just retested him, and he's 116. I don't want to send him to bed and have him spike. Should I still cover for the cookies? Let it go and see what happens? I'm confused!