Hi. I'm wondering if anyone can help me figure out my daughter's crazy numbers, and in particular last night's. I'll start with Monday though. After dinner, she felt low - she was 59. I gave her 15 carbs and when I rechecked she was 94. Since it was bedtime then and she's supposed to be at 120 for bed, she had 10 more carbs. Awhile after she was asleep, I wiped her finger with a clean damp towel, dried it, and checked. It was 459. I wiped and dried and checked again. This time it said 336. So I corrected for that and she woke up in the morning at 209. Fast forward to after dinner/bedtime on Tues, she washes her hands, I check and get 488. I have her rewash and meter reads "HI" - she felt fine and I felt certain I'd given her her dinner bolus. I thought maybe the meter had gone crazy so I got out the Precision Xtra meter that I'd never used (got for blood ketone testing but never got the ketone strips) and checked with that - 500. So I gave her correction, made her drink some water, checked her ketones (none). She woke up today at 195. Skip to dinner tonight...Remembering how she went low then high on Mon, I decided to do some extra testing. Her reading at dinner was 391 (don't know what was up with that cuz she was with her dad for lunch), so I corrected and bolused. 90 mins later she was 120; 45 mins after that she actually felt low and tested 88; unfortunately, I didn't check her til 2.5hrs after that at which point she was 359. So...about the "HI" on Tues night - I have a specific memory of *thinking* about giving her her dinner bolus, but not of actually doing it (but that doesn't necessarily mean I didn't). And there were pen needle covers and whatnot on the kitchen counter and it's really unlikely (though not impossible) that they'd been there since lunch. So, I guess I'm wondering, does it seem possible that she's having some sort of rebound effect at dinner where she goes low and then spikes? Or do I need to just face the fact that I f**ked up? Any insights appreciated... For reference, she's 8, diagnosed 15mos ago. Her readings have been seeming high lately, particularly after dinner/bed and in the morning (even after correcting at night). Due to the high morning readings, we upped to 10 units of lantus last week but I'm not sure it's made a difference.