This is just an informal poll; how many of you regularly get up in the night to check your child's BG?
We only do it if Elise is below 150 when we put her to bed, if she had a lot of activity before bed that might cause her to go low, or we've recently upped her bedtime insulin. Or, of course, when "Mommy intuition" tells me to.
We don't regularly get up because #1, we don't correct for highs except at meal times, and #2, Elise has been pretty good at feeling her lows at night. She'll usually wake up and cry if her BG is below 70.
I'm just wondering what other parents do, and if I should be more vigilant.
2 hours ago