I would appreciate anyone's experience with how they bolus for bedtime snacks. My daughter (12) loves her bedtime snack - usually a piece of toast and an ovaltine (about 20 or 25 carbs). She is on NPH through the day, Levemir at night and rapid for breakfast, after school snack and supper. I am not fond of bolusing her at 9pm for her snack, but I also find if I don't, she will absolutely wake up high in the morning. Last night, prime example why I dislike bolusing before bed, she was 11mmol at 9pm, I bolused her (her normal 1:10 ratio) for her snack, and by midnight she was 6.5, and by early am 4.6 - which are great, numbers, however, the drop was far too great for not having given her any correction dose. Does anyone else have another strategy for bed time snacks. Not having a snack is not an option. I wondered if anyone over-bolused for dinner to compensate for the before bed snack. Thanks in advance for any info. She has recently exited her honeymoon (for the most part) and so we're still fairly green. Her A1C is 6.6%, so she's well controlled, but some things are still mystifying.