We have been pumping for a week and a half, and I think we are getting very close to getting his doses where they need to be, but I have one question. We have backed his basal way down from 11p until 6a (.075) because he falls tremendously overnight. For example, even with this basal, he went from 220 to 109 in an hour last night. Daytime basal is set at .2 which seems to be doing the trick during the day, except for the first few hours he is awake. For the last couple mornings he has woken up pretty much in range, had breakfast, was high at am snack (around 300) but then with a correction has been fine by lunch. No ketones at am snack. So I was suspecting that maybe he was waking up with ketones from basal being so low overnight and his morning insulin was fixing that rather than his bg. I tested this theory this morning, and sure enough, .5 blood ketones with an in range bg. We gave a little extra insulin and will talk with the CDE today for her opinion, but do you think we fix this with a higher morning bolus, or tweaking morning basals? Is it normal to wake up with this? Thanks!!