I guess we can consider it a bit of success because she's still alive. But other than that, blood sugar management was atrocious. For the first time in weeks, Emma was low after dinner. She was responding to her alarms, we made sure Share was working, and she kept treating, but she didn't come up. Since she wasn't here for us to keep treating, I had her turn her basal off for about an hour to get her out of the basement. Then she spiked to over 300. She told me this morning she thinks she actually came unplugged. That's fine, but the high alarms didn't wake her up, and my texts to her didn't wake her up. When she finally woke up this morning, she treated and started coming down. But it was frustrating that she stayed really high most of the night. So, the next time she tries a sleepover, even with the Dexcom, I think we'll set a couple of cell phone alarms for her to check the Dexcom because she seems to wake up to those. I just don't know how she doesn't wake up to the huge blaring high alarm.