Sarah's been on her pump for nearly two weeks now. After the first 2-3 days I decreased her overnight basal from .3 per hour to .25 per hour.
Last night, after three days of consistent 70's before each meal, I decreased her basal again, so now she's getting just about 5 units in a 24 hour period. Before the pump she was on 7, and was usually running around 130-150 before meals, and often in the 200's following meals.
It makes me wonder if the more precise doses which have resulted in overall steadier and lower numbers has given her little pancreas the rest it needed to begin working a little harder. This makes me happy. I figure the longer her pancreas continues to do at least some of the work, the better chance doctors will be able to prod it into taking on it's full time job again someday!