Tonight has been more exciting (and longer) than planned! (She had no symptoms whatsoever, btw. Mostly just curious about why I was making her sit on the bathroom floor with me for so long ) Josie was 51 at +6. We were perhaps a little overzealous in the food steering and let her eat *too* much, so that is a lesson learned, but now we're trying to anticipate what that means for tomorrow's AM shot (6:30 CDT). It will be interesting to see if her AMPS is high from maybe a bounce or all the extra carbs she got tonight. In which case, normal dose (1.5u). Or maybe it will be low b/c she was low, and all the extra carbs will have cleared? (Her food spike typically seems to clear before +3.) In which case, as long as it's not too low, is a reduced dose (a fat 1.0? We have U40s) better than no dose? I know the general rule is not to shoot below 200 early on, but is that different after a 51? (I am actually going to be able to be home all day tomorrow to watch her. I had planned to do a curve, but now maybe tomorrow's not the best day.) Thanks for any insights!