How do people change their routines in response to T1D, especially around mealtimes? We used to have a rule of no snacking after dinner, especially if you only picked at your meal. This kept our slow older son from dragging mealtime out for 4 hours. But now we sometimes give snacks to the younger one after dinner to prevent lows. But then our non-diabetic child asks for snacks too. Do you change the rules for everyone? We've tried framing the fast-acting carbs as "medicine" but our older one still gets jealous. This is also hard on him because we're eating very few treats and processed carbs such as muffins, scones and biscuits and we're sticking with a more limited range of foods for now. Our non-D son seems to feel deprived by this healthier but somewhat monotonous diet. Our T1D child also misses those treats of course, but we feel it's necessary right now to maintain good BG to limit those to occasional treats for special occasions. How do you balance the needs in the family so no kid feels deprived or singled out? And so you're not making four different meals? It's hard enough carb-counting one meal!