Hello, My son is 7 and on MDI. He was just diagnosed in August so we are still very new at this. He is definitely honeymooning and does not require very much insulin. For about the last week, we have had a big problem with his BG skyrocketing once he goes to sleep, then coming down overnight on its own. It is driving me crazy and I can't figure out why. Here are last night's numbers as an example: 6 PM Dinner (1:55 ratio, 1.5 units Novolog), BG 117 8 PM Bedtime (1 unit Levemir), BG 110 10:30 PM BG 306 - usually we correct over 300 but he was so close we elected not to 11:30 PM BG 274 4 AM BG 147 7 AM BG 161 Excuse me, but WTF??? This has happened for about the last 5 nights. Sometimes he is so high (over 350) at night we do correct him. We always check his BG more than once before correcting, so I know it is accurate. My hunch tells me that we need to adjust his dinner ratio, and that is what is responsible for the super high numbers around 10:30/11 PM. But, if you see above, his number was 110 when he went to sleep, a perfect number for sleeping. I worry if I gave him more insulin at dinner, he would be way too low at bedtime and I would end up giving him a snack to bring him back up. I should also mention that the 161 at breakfast this morning was unusually high for him - he is usually close to 100 at breakfast no matter what he looked like the night before. What am I missing?? Any ideas would be appreciated!