Andrew had a soccer game on Saturday, and it was hot during his game. We don't usually go up to him during games to have him test, but we were worried about the heat since we also just increased his Lantus a few nights ago, so at half-time, my husband walked over and had Andrew test. One of the referree's asked him "what is your business here?" and Erik told him he was having his son who is diabetic test and then he would be right out of there. Andrew's # was great and that was it. Andrew said that at the end of the game (40 minutes later) just before high-fiving the other team, that ref approached Andrew and asked him which hand he had tested with. Andrew told him and the ref told him he was not to high five anyone with that hand. This didn't bother Andrew, but when he told me about it, it bothered me a little. Not enough to make a big deal with the ref, but enough to ask you guys if you have had similar things happen. I mean, it had been over 1/2 hour since Andrew tested...did that man really think Andrew was still bleeding from a tiny prick of the finger? And what about bloody noses or injuries on the field - are those kids told not to touch anyone, too? I just felt that Andrew was singled out unneccessarily. Again, I know in the grand scheme of things, this is not a big deal - I am just curious about your experiences. Usually the refs are great, and his coaches have all been fantastic. This comment just struck me as ignorant.