I'm kinda missing the fact that I could just walk into her room and glance at the graph right now - I really don't want to do a finger stick because I KNOW I don't NEED to. This is the obsession that my endo was worried about. We had a tough trial because Emma was sick in the middle but we did notice a few trends that are are addressing: We are doing a combo bolus for every breakfast - and we have increased the insulin at breakfast. The CDE thinks that our issues with the AM are bolus and not basal related. We are going to try to do a fasting basal test from waking up in the next week to try and get a good read on it. She said we can't give her milk AND yogurt on the same day; and to try and cut out the cereal. She actually doesn't spike as much on waffles than she does with cereal. I told her this would be difficult, as we are telling a 2 year old she can't have what her siblings are having at the breakfast table. But her spikes in the AM are huge! We need to just NOT give her Rice Krispie treats. We don't usually but we had some extras around the house this week, so she had a couple for snacks and she went through the roof with them! We have a couple more time periods we are "monitoring" to see if a basal change is needed but there isn't quite enough of a pattern yet to see. I did discuss the fact that we are barely getting 2 days out of a site most of the time. She said that usually people have good luck with the Insets and that maybe she would do better with an angled-entry instead of the straight in. So, she gave me a couple of the new Inset-30 sets to try and see if they work for us. I told her I definitely want to do this again as the graphs are so valuable for us and the trending arrows, even if the #s aren't as accurate as we would like.