Or maybe I should call it "A series of errors in diabetes management" Had a crazy night last night. It all started with a birthday party...The party was after school, 4pm. Checked DD's bg right before arriving, she was 98. We were at the party for about 2 hours during which she had chips, cake, and lemonade. I tried to keep up with all her snacks and was thankful for the pump remote so i didn't have to stop her from running around and enjoying the party. We get home around 6 and I made her a hot dog for dinner (super healthy day I know!) and I check her and she is 477!! Check again, 432. I figure holy crap I was off on my carb counts. And tortilla chips are the devil and I always underestimate them. So I give a correction and bolus for the hot dog bun. At this point she is super thirsty and downing bottles of water. A little while later, we are getting ready for a bath and she is getting undressed and about to unhook her pump and she says "mommy, its already unhooked" Commence extreme panicking on my part. I have no idea when it got unhooked, maybe at the party when they were running around, who knows. I had bolused twice at the party and once at home (for correction and food) and I had no idea if she got any of it. At this point I had to put my son to bed because he is 18 months and climbing on chairs every 2 seconds and I just couldn't focus on what I needed to do for DD. After that, I checked again, 409. So I just assumed she got nothing from earlier and corrected the 409. Check a bit later and she was in the 300s, but stayed there. Did another correction 3 hours later, she was 220 around 2am, and then 163 when she woke up. I hope she feels ok today after all that. She didn't mention anything and seemed fine this morning, of course I will just be worrying about her. I should have known something was up when I saw 477. I have been off on carb counts before but never saw a number that high. Thanks for reading guys- just felt the need to tell people who understand. I think I have a few more grey hairs after that experience.