Just wondering how parents handle late night [STRIKE]snacks[/STRIKE] meals. Dinner was at 7pm, it's 11pm and son is heading off to bed and is "I'M SO HUNGRY". Last night, 11:15pm he throws down a PBJ and a glass of milk. 55 carbs. Bam! "Good night Dad" (he did bolus). So lots of thoughts going through my head. Selfish Dad - "Do you realize what my night is going to look like?!! Argh!!!" Sympathetic Dad - "I had a late night snack a few nights ago myself. T1D is unfair enough. Let the boy eat and I'll suck it up." Practical Dad - "No doubt T1D sucks, but can't budge here. After 9pm it's no or very-low carbs only. He'll be off to college before I know it and it's time to instill good habits". I know Practical Dad is the way to go, the problem is son hates Practical Dad and too much pushing will only trigger anger and rebellion. You can draw an analogy here with a kid stomping his feet in a toy store, but this is different. At least it feels different. We draw plenty of lines. But he's 13, growing like a weed, full bore puberty, strong-willed, and in danger, in my opinion, of all out T1D rebellion. So what do you do? We've got cheese, meats, carrots etc ... but he's not impressed. Any suggestions on decent snacks that may help out here. Thanks.