I was just starting to like the pump - we're at just under 2 weeks. The last few days have been a dream with very consistent BGs. Then...BAM... Checked K at 1:45 this morning. 318, .4mmol ketones. It was my understanding that if they were getting their basals there would be no or very few (maybe .1mmol) ketones, and we had the basals worked out - was typically a little under 200 around 1a.m. to 2 a.m. (his overnight target is 200 since he is 4 y.o.) I gave him a correction through the pump and checked back 30 minutes later and he was coming down slowly. I checked again an hour later - still coming down slowly. He then woke up aound 5 a.m. SOAKED (which could also be b/c I let him have a little Crystal Lite at bedtime) He was still over 250, so I injected a correction. The tube seemed to be a bit twisted, so I untwisted it and put him back to bed - I figured with that correction, he wouldn't go into DKA before wake-up when we could change his site. Wake-up - 116! Great, but that begs the question if his tubes are getting a bit twisted overnight, is he going to be in danger at night? I am still going to do a sight change this morning, but how the HECK do I keep him safe at night when his pump/pack are constantly twisting around his body and twisting the tubing? Any advice is SOOO appreciated!!