Not being judgmental, asking a true question. My son's dawn phenom is a BOSS! He took his pump off in advance of camp (he chooses to go on shots at camp, most kids do, easier than messing with filling and swimming and etc), rather than fill a new cartridge he just pulled it last night and took some lantus. Checked at 1am, all well, checked at 3am and Dex said 87 so I woke him to verify, he was 122. Perfection. Didn't amble back in there until 7 and holy moley, he had an up graph starting right around 5a that was almost linear and he was 312 or something. Crazy hormones/cortisol/whatever. So is the trick now to wake at 5 and give a correction? Or is there another trick I'm missing to offset this lovely rise that's sure to happen again? His 2a basal is double the rest of the day, so it's not surprise, just not sure how MDIers with a teen and/or dawn phenom handle this. He's a bear when he wakes high and it messes up our entire day, so it's worth whatever loss of sleep I have to suffer. He leaves for camp on Sunday so it's only a few more days and then he's their problem! He tends to go low at camp due to activity so I'm not worried about that anyway. Thanks!