How on earth do you all do it? I don't expect to be able to "control" Caroline's numbers, but clearly there's room for improvement in how I manage her #'s. My question though, is how do you make decisions when the info you're basing it on may no longer be relevant? I almost gave her a full unit with breakfast today because all week long we've been putting up with mid-high 200's going into lunch. At the last minute I decided, No, wait until the weekend when she's home, so I stayed at her normal .75. Then this morning we had an event at school where the kids got pretzels and I let her have 8 extra carbs on top of her normal 15 uncovered. I thought, she's SURELY going to be really high now. Her pre-lunch BG was 150, her target. So it worked out okay on a *fluke*. Another example. Our CDE said not to correct unless over 300, which frustrates me to no end even though I know she has her reasons. Well yesterday at 3:30pm Caroline was 241 with no IOB so I though I'd do a .25 correction. 2 hours later she was 74, so it was too much for her. Fast forward to during the night 12:30am and she's 286 (even though she went to bed at 127). I decide that I'm not leaving her that high all night and even though she's normally more insulin sensitive at night I do another .25 correction. I check her at 1.5 hours and she's still 222. So not nearly the same effect. Sorry for the long post, but how do you make decisions when there's no firm basis for anything? I don't even know if there's an answer you can give me, maybe this is a half-rant, half-question. Thanks for putting up with my constant questions BTW.