Clifford at this time said you could tell I was serious because I took my robe off, went running for a syringe (on the shelf, don't keep them out anymore b/c of pumping), came in did some quick math, calculated 3.6 for correction via syringe, corrected, and pulled the site. Wish I would have taken a picture of it now. At first glance didn't seem too bad, but a closer look showed it was slighty askew and there was blood in the cannula. (sneaky little sucker, somewhere between 3 and 5 it did this) All was well with a correction shot, and a new site change. Called his doctors and told them I was keeping him home for monitoring. Took until about 3pm for him to get down under 200s but he did, and eventually was 111 for dinner time.
That was our first experience how everything can go downhill fast if the pump is not working properly. As for the title of this post, we're trying to figure out his basals, should it be 0.3 at night or 0.35, or 0.2 during the day or 0.3.. Honestly it's giving me a bit of a headache, but I know once they are figured out it will be smooth sailing... until he grows at least.