So Caleb has been going through a diabetes rebellion. We took him to a counselor, talked to him, sent him to diabetes camp, tried to do everything to make him more comfortable with it. At first he was sneaking a few snacks. We dealt with that then, no problem. Then he was saying he was checking his BG when he wasn't. Dealt with that. Today was it!!! He bolused 16.5 units between 5pm and 7:30pm because he claims he wanted apple pie. The crazy thing is we try to give him treats; we're not super-strict with him and he had asked us for it, we would have given it to him! We freaked! We didn't yell at him or make him feel bad, but we had a REAL talk with him about how dangerous that is. So now, he's off the pump, back on shots and DH and I are totally at a loss. When he was first diagnosed we were told that teens usually go through a rebellion around 13 or so. He just turned 10 and is starting puberty early, so I guess that's what's going on here. We're so afraid he'll be one of those stories we've all read about so many times before.