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I think I am going to go back to bolus during and after eating. She is on a pump so its easy to do. That reminds me, The endo has us checking her two hours after she eats and she is almost never under 200 like they want her to be. When the two hour check was under 200 she would crash in another hour. Its like it takes a long time to return to a good range. Is this normal for kids her age?
You are a long way from the teen years, but I'm just putting this out there for others who may be reading. Our endo has said our meal spikes are related to the volume of carbs that he eats. She said not to expect the spikes to be more controllable until he is a full grown adult. The nutritionist says he needs at least the amount of carbs he is getting daily and there is room in his diet for even more.
I don't know any toddler t1s who are under 200 at 2 hours post meal. I don't think that is realistic at that age. Does your endo have a lot of experience with t1 toddlers? That is more what you'd want to see in teens. Even young kids are hard to get in that range.