Thanks for all of the input. I think a lot of the issues here are my own personal fears of transition. Especially because he was diagnosed as an infant. The one part of D management that hasn't changed for me over the last 15 years is the overnight management. I have always done that. He does all of the daytime management very very well. But not many people have done 15 years of overnight blood sugar checks and that's the hardest and scariest thing to let go of. He does check in with me before bed -- calibrates the Dexcom and we talk about any action needed. I have to think back to when we transitioned to him doing his own daytime management. He was actually better at it than I was. He knows his own body better than I could. I can't help but wonder if he will end up managing overnights better than I can.