Seeing some mild mood swings that I think are BG related, hunger and tiredness. She has a bigger thirst and runs off to the restroom. Yesterday after having a treat they made for 100th day of school, 100 fruit loops necklace I decided to test her. BG was 217, this am fasting was 80. In December, had my older daughter endo do an A1c it was 5.8. Today I called and talked to them about what was going on and and what can be done with such an early DX. They advised me to glucose load her and bring her in for an A1c, and do a 1and 2hr bg. Loaded her up with 75 carbs and showed up at the endo. 1 hour Bg was 151 and a1c was 5.7 No DX, but we know that that is not a normal number. We left and shortly after we got home did a 2hr it was 168, again not normal. I feel better knowing that her a1c has not risen and is holding. We thought back in April that she was going to be DX thru TrialNet, since she had a lab draw of 205, but on confirmation she did not go over 200. I guess I am just wonder what those that caught it early did about it? Lantus for basal only? Fast acting for coverage of meals only? Just trying to get an idea. I know that there are more than a few of you out there that has been there and done that. We will do our next TrialNet in March and will continue to do an a1c every 3months at the endo, while we wait for the other shoe to drop.