Does anyone experience a rise in their children's BG when it's pretty freakin hot outside? I ask because the first 2 days of kindergarten, my daughters numbers were pretty ok. Wednesday and today were miserable because of the heat and she ran high both days. Could just be a coincidence of course. The second thing is, I emailed my daughters endo with some concerns I had with her starting school regarding her BG numbers and with eating more often (insulin is not done working before she eats again). She has breakfast at 8, lunch at 11, and snack 2-3 hours after. She told me that my daughter shouldn't be tested before lunch and snack and to just cover carbs. No way would I ever do that because day to day, insulin acts different. She could be 200 one day but 70 the next with the exact same regimen. Say she's 200 and just gets bolused for carbs- she's just going to stay high. This is the first time I'm really questioning her judgement. Would that advice work for you or would you still test? I told my daughter's nurse about it today and she said there's no way SHE would feel comfortable just bolusing for carbs either. I'm not going to stop having her checked of course because I don't feel comfortable with that, I just thought that was kind of.. a dumb thing to say.