We are having to go to preschool at least twice daily, to give insulin for our 2-year-old's lunch and snack. But realistically, we are there much more often, either because a site is bad or because our son has run so high that we don't feel comfortable with him eating unless we prebolus him for lunch, or if he runs low more than twice in a day, we are supposed to take over diabetes management for the day, according to our care plan. This means two to three times a week we are there three or more times in a day. Eventually we may feel comfortable with the staff doing the bolusing from the pump, but right now his day-to-day is so variable that we want to oversee the insulin management. This is really taking a toll on our jobs and we're wondering how much longer this can last. So I'm asking: How often do you have to take off work to go to school? How has that changed as your child has gotten older?