So, I'm up waiting to retest Andy after our first use of Novolog. We're currently on Regular, NPH, and Levemir, but are switching to Novolog (not sure yet what we'll do as the basal insulin ... might do Lantus or try to keep the NPH/Levemir) next week after we complete the classes. In the meantime, we've been seeing some highs during the day at preschool so our endo went ahead and gave us some Novolog so we could correct during the day as necessary. We haven't had to use it yet, but tonight I did a major overcarb at the bedtime snack (I'll beat myself up about that later, I"m sure) and he was 345 at test time . Then, 2 and half hours later, still up there at 290. So, I figure it's time to take the plunge and see what the Novolog can do to help. Gotta say, it's scary adding a new insulin that you've never used before. We've gotten comfortable (well... you know what I mean :cwds using the R/NPH over the past 3 and a half years, so switching to Novolog is a little scary, but it's definitely time. We're starting to have the food fights now and that's lowered everyone's quality of life! I hope this will be a great change for Andy, but I'm more than nervous about changing a routine we've been in for years. Also, I have no idea how to react to the next number (which will be one hour after I gave the shot). Obviously, if it's still high, I can go back to bed. But what if it's 150? 80? Time to snack?? It's time to test so off I go ... wish me luck and thanks for reading!