Hi everyone -- I can't believe we have been living with t1d for a little more than two months. I feel like a different person. Here is my question to you all. Our 7 year old is still having a terrible time with injections. However, we went to pumping class and tried on an infusion set. Our son said he didn't feel a thing -- beaming with a huge smile he said -- CAN I GET A PUMP RIGHT NOW? Has anyone here started pumping even while honeymooning. We do about 10-15 unites of insulin per day 4 lantis, about 5 humalog and about 3 NPH in the morning (he is on two injections per day). I know that's not a lot of insulin -- is it still possible or advisable to convert over to just humalog on the pump? If it prevents more meltdowns over injections, it seems like a no-brainer. I just want to be armed with stories if I get resistance from our endo. Thanks!