Cole (our son) lives with his father...Cole was diagnosed in October for diabetes...the Dr is still unsure if he is type 1 or two. Now, I understand the carb to insulin unit ration, I understand the diet plan Cole is to follow, I know the importance of a balance diet and exercise plan, I know what is considered high blood sugar and what to do if the situation arises, I understand the low blood sugar the, the signs, the numbers and what to do. My question is to anyone will to help me tonight, my ex husband insist Cole's blood sugar is not stabilized and it continuously fluctuates, so he (My Ex) does not feel comfortable if Cole is out of his sight for more then 1 night, until Cole's blood sugar is completely stabilized. From my understanding the blood sugar levels are affected by the food intake, right? His father claims, Cole is still in the "Honey Moon Stage" my question is, as long as the blood sugar level is controlled, Cole eats properly at the scheduled times, and the insulin is taken, per Dr. orders, and blood sugar levels tested..how long does this "Honey Moon Period" normally last, and is unsuitability after 3 months a normal stage? I apologize if my questions sound unreasonable, but my ex husband will not allow Cole out of his sight, until Cole is fully stabilized, can someone please help me to understand this? Thank you for your time and consideration.