My 4 year old is telling me she doesn't want to be on the pump anymore. In a way, I want it to be up to her of course but at 4, I'm worried she's just saying it because she knows how frustrated I get with the pump and I personally want to go back to shots. I am just not having that much luck with the pump after 5 months using it. We were talking about it at the doctor and she suggested at least being on the pump in the beginning of school so they can train the nurse to use it, and my daughter started crying because she said she didn't want to be on it anymore. That just made me pretty upset. Of course we all told her that she could go back to shots eventually if that's what she really wants. I want to do what's best for her and at this point, I just don't know if pumping is what's best for her. I also don't know if she was just so used to needles after using them for 3 years, she was just more comfortable using them. What would you do in this situation? I would love for her to be able to use a pen but because she's on small doses of insulin, that little amount that comes out of the pen, really makes a difference. So I know we''ll have to wait to use the pens until she's older.