Advice about how to manage sleepovers for a 12 year old boy? My son is planning a sleepover at his best friend's house as we, the parents, spend one night away (30 minutes away) celebrating our 25th Anniversary. He was diagnosed last September, just on the cusp of more independence. We had hoped for a week or weekend cruise, but then D happened. He is on the edge of puberty, and frankly, don't know anyone with whom I'd leave him for days because of exercise and nights, but he is taking on a lot himself and learning all the time. Maybe I'm just not ready - and he had an unaware low last night not caught by G4. He is on Omnipod/G4 and generally has good results. I have worked on the basals to the point that I'm usually comfortable with the night routine given our parameters (that's another post) and I think I can set his program so that I wouldn't have to worry about a night low. Here is what I'm considering: 1. For this first run, asking them not to engage in strenuous exercise (to prevent night delayed low) Should not be a problem, if allowed would stay on xBox all night 2. Running the basal a little lower and setting the target bedtime a little higher 3. Ask son and the friend's mom to both check that the G4 is on hypo repeat (he will be two floors away from the mom, I think, in basement) 4. Ask for a pre-bedtime text on BG/IOB. 5. He will, of course, have snacks, glucose tabs, candy, etc with him I want it to be a good time for them, and for me, to not be preoccupied and focus on my husband. Son is at age where "you have to trust me" yet I can hardly wake him if he is low and it is a struggle to treat at night (luckily, not happening much right now but did last night. He doesn't wake himself for a low. Other suggestions? BTW, do not have other family in town. This friend has basic knowledge of T1D in that she has asked me many questions because her daughter dates 18 yo with T1D (though she is obviously not involved in bf's decision making and he isn't on CGM). I know at camp they had protocols that helped prevent night-time lows. Do you have any protocols for overnights? Should I ask the mom to do a nighttime check (son will not wake up to do it). Thank you!