When a child likes to be a hobbit, that is, have a second breakfast, how does one handle the double spikes? Today, for example, my son wanted breakfast, two hours later a snack, then lunch, a later afternoon snack, then dinner (7pm), then a bedtime snack. He takes four hours to come back down to in range. So, if he has something to eat every two to three hours, we are lately not in range ever. I think some of this is due to our new pump usage - it makes it so easy to just eat again. He loves it - says it is the closest he has felt thus far to not having this disease - but it is encouraging more snacking. With MDI, we didn't test again until eating again, and often didn't know we were out of range, I guess, but were in range at meals. Now with a G4 CGM, we see it, but he is also not back to range at mealtimes. Perhaps also some of this is due to just overall higher BG being new to pumping (I've heard of basal increases in other users?) And we have had a pod leak (see other thread). But how do you handle frequent grazers? I am trying to encourage healthy snacks without making it a big issue. If he is hungry, I let him eat - I just want to understand can I keep him in range with frequent eating?