Her insulin needs are probably dropping because of the most unromantic honeymoon imaginable setting in; as her pancreas gets support from the injected insulin, it is able to produce more by itself again for a while. Probably the biggest mis-information I walked away from the hospital with at diagnosis was that soon we'd get her insulin levels adjusted and she'd be stable. HAHAHAHA! We constantly adjust. These days (puberty) I define stable as whether we're playing with her insulin fast enough to keep her in range on the CGM. Last night, she went up another 100 points in the hour after I gave her a correction dose, so the challenge continues... In the early days, most people are in daily or frequent contact with their CDEs. I would highly encourage you to read Think Like A Pancreas while letting them carry that weight for now. Our hospital didn't really teach us how to adjust the doses on our own, and when I read Think, I felt so much better understanding what they were seeing when they changed doses. I disliked the vulnerable feeling of being dependent on someone else to know how to care for my child; it was one of the hardest parts of diagnosis for me.