My son's supposedly good friend hid his lunch box yesterday at school. My son called me in a panic before lunch, he had already bolused and then couldn't find his lunch. I presumed he was being his flakey self and left it at home. I instructed him to either eat school lunch, or drink enough juice to compensate for the carbs. Later, he shares that the lunch was found long after lunch by his teacher who returned it to him. Only then does he find out that his friend "hid" it on him. I could make a stink with the school, but don't think that's the right approach. I could address with this friend myself, but don't think that's necessarily the right thing to do either. I think my son, at the age of 13, should be able to talk this through with her. He's not one for confrontation, but I think it's important that he speak with her. I'm so disappointed in this friend. Apparently she doesn't understand the potential danger to what she did. My son has had diabetes for nearly 7 years, and this student has been friends with him for nearly that long. So, WWYD?