Jack’s bouncing all over the place, and other than yesterday morning, his numbers have been low. Tonight, and last night, he was too low to shoot. Tuesday night, he was 210 at PMPS. I dosed him 1.5U and tested him a few times after. His BG went down to 62 @ +4, and he was 415 at AMPS on Wed morning. I thought that was high for being so low during the night. He stayed low all day, and last night at +11.5 he was only 121. I waited 30 minutes, and he went down to 111 at PMPS. I didn't dose him. This morning, his AMPS was only 312. I was afraid to give him 1.5U (I gave him 1U) because I worked today. His PMPS tonight was 151. Again, I didn’t give him insulin. Also, I think he may be reacting to the low numbers, but that didn't click with me until today. He has been alert, and eating, and as sweet and affectionate as always, so I wasn't thinking there was any problem. But it hit me today: Jack was trembling last night. It was short lived, but obvious. A friend was here fixing my shower, and he noticed too. And my daughter said that Jack was walking a little shaky today-sort of jumpy or jerky movements. She said it was so subtle that she wasn't sure if she was imagining it. I have no idea what his numbers were doing all day, as I was working, and I'll be at work tomorrow too. I think I’m going to go low and keep him there for a while. I can only monitor him on the days I’m off – always Wed, Sat, and Suns. Sometimes, I have an additional day as well. But my work days are usually long, so I don’t get testing in. Any thoughts? I’d appreciate all the help and feedback that I can get. Thank you!