Our 10 year old son was diagnosed with T1 in September. He's still in his honeymoon period, but doing well. We've had some recent experiences with the school nurse that have rubbed us the wrong way. On occassion, he'll have a piece of candy or cupcake with his class as part of a birthday party. Today, he happened to have a cupcake at lunch with his class and when he went to the nurse to get his insulin she wouldn't give him the adjustment or refigure the carbs to account for the cupcake even though he told her ahead of time. And she didn't call my wife until after the insulin was given. In these instances, she asks him "what he was thinking" eating those type of foods. It's difficult, as this makes him feel like he did something wrong. She doesn't seem open to making adjustments to his daily routine. Has anyone else had these type of experiences? If so, how have you dealt with it?