Looking for advice here. My daughter is 10 and was dx 3 years ago. She's been pumping for 2 years and is very capable and self reliant when it comes to her care, but she is still a child. She alternates weeks between my house and then with her father (my ex) and step mother. It has come to my attention that at her father's house, they do not check her BG at bedtime nor anytime during the night. (As a side note, I don't frequently check her during the night unless we are checking on a low-follow up, or chasing a high, or if basals have changed or something.) But how in the world can you not check a child at bed time?? They check her at dinner and 99% of the time that's the last check until morning. Looking back through her logbook history on her meter, there have even been times she was 80 and that's the last check until morning! I will give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they gave her a little snack to get her through the night, but how can they not follow up to make sure she's high enough to get through the night? I expressed to my daughter the importance of checking at bedtime (and we also check her when we go to bed later in the evening). I also spoke with my daughter's step mom about how it is important that we check at these times too. I would think she would understand this by now, not to mention she is a nurse!! But they STILL are not checking her past dinner. It's so scary wondering and worrying about her when she's not in my care. My daughter said her step mom says that she needs to be responsible herself to check at bedtime. Which I agree with, but an adult needs to ensure it happens! This has nothing to do with a dislike for her step mother, because I very much like her and think she is a great step mom other than this issue we are having. Suggestions on handling this? Am I overreacting? How often do you check (or have your kiddo check their BG? Any advice is greatly appreciated.