Tresston finally started on his Cozmo(in black) on August 21. He had good numbers the first few days, and was having problems sleeping with the pump on and getting "comfy" for the first few nights. Well, all heck broke loose on Tuesday(the 26th)....I was at the school most of the day chasing/feeding lows. Called the Dr. and we made some adjustments. As soon as we are headed to school on Wednesday(the 27th) his pump beeps to check after breakfast....he is at 70, march him into school office as he is downing glucose tabs. I stayed at the school for an hour getting his BG back in order and making sure he was OK. He had another low after lunch, and hovered kinda low the rest of the day, so i called Dr. back and made another adjustment. We had a ste change on Wednesday(the 27th) and we did it after Dinner....and had to do another site change by 1am in the middle of the night. He wasnt to happy with me at doing a site change in the middle of the night, but his BG was up to 452, so I changed it. I gave a correction(which I had NEVER done before at night), and stayed up to make sure of no lows later. He woke on Thursday(the 28) at 107...came down nice and slow...thank golly. I had never done a correction at night for a high and Dr. never told us what to give/do, so I gave 1 unit....and prayed all would work out. Dr. still hasn't really gave me instructions on what to do for kinda highs at night...hope I figure that one out. He has had decent numbers since Thursday(the 28th), but is having issues with his site being a little itchy....We do another site change tomorrow....hope it goes OK and lasts longer than 6 hours. He has figured out how to do almost everything on the pump...DH still hasn't figured it all out. Tress is adjusting to wearing it better than I figured he would, we have figured out a "comfy" way for him to wear it at night. He isn't to thrilled about wearing pump paks...so I haven't bought any yet. I hope we get it all figured it out more in the near future(real near) and we can get to the fine-tuning of his numbers. And maybe I can get more than 4 hours of sleep a night somewhere in the VERY NEAR future. Wish us luck !! P.S. I just wanted to tell all of you that you have helped me learn so much since I have been on this site, and helped make our transition from MDI to pumping not so scary.... It is scary, but i feel I was a little prepared. P.S.S....Hope you are all prepared for questions from me.