I really don't think that Kayla doesn't have type one but I am just throwing it out there. I know she isn't like other kids with T1 though. We are coming up on two years here in a few months and really it isn't a tough road for her. She takes very little insulin, she is still "honeymooning" but has never come off insulin since going on it. Her I:C ratio's are pretty high for a teenager.. 1:20 and 1:30 depending on the meal her TDD ranges from about 11 to 15 units for a 103 lb kid. She has her highs and she has her lows but not like her other friends that are D.. her highest number ever has only been in the 370's and she has been in the 40's. She has been pumping for a year and other than just a little tweaking.. haven't changed a thing. I bumped up one basal by .010 over the summer and all is well again. Today at her endo appt, with the APRN that she always sees, except once a year when she sees the endo. She commented on what her autoimmunity status was because she doesn't present like a typical T1 kid. She looked back in her chart and saw she was positive for GAD65 and ICA and then said.. well, she does have the autoimmune markers though. Just wondering, what else could it be? Her brother is very much like her.. same positive antibodies.. high 2 hour pp numbers but not needing insulin yet. our youngest child positive GAD. Are there other types of type ones? Just looking for input not looking for a debate or saying my kid isn't diabetic.. if you know what I mean.