So, my son (7) is a very resilient and cheerful little boy who is handling his diagnosis really well, proud of his pump and showing friends, testing BGs on his own and mostly without grumbling, never sneaking food, counting carbs like a champ ... except for site changes. He freaks the F out with every one. We have tried saintly patience where we let him say go before insertion, we have tried making it quick and matter of fact even if he screams bloody murder, we have tried subtle positive reinforcement (sticker chart to earn Legos) and outright bribes. We have tried wearing sites in solidarity, we have switched sets (now using insets which are working great, and he loves the colors), and we have tried Emla cream. He was due for a site change today and asked us to do it while he was sleeping. He said he won't wake up because it doesn't really hurt, it just scares him. !!! "Mom, it could be so easy for both of us. And even if I wake up it will be after it's all done so there won't be any drama." DH just put in the next site a few minutes ago, and he slept through it. DH thinks we are setting a bad precedent and he might need a set change because of a bad site or something and not be able to do it without a huge meltdown. I think he's dealt with enough in the last 10 months and if this helps us get over the hump it's OK. I also think we should go with whatever works and take it one day, one site change at a time. So, what do you think? Is this taking the easy way out or is it a sensible solution?