My daughter was diagnosed type 1 exactly 7 days ago. I caught it very early - no keytones in her urine, but a high glucose reading - then a BM of 28.6! In hospital she did quite well with eating and amazingly well with BM's - injections are a working progress! She was discharged on Tuesday and picked up a bug, so was sick most of the night - then off food Wednesday. Appetite was back on Thursday, but she hypo'd before lunch. Friday her appetite was gone again - really struggled to get her to eat. This ended up in a hypo at 4am! Today, she point blank refused to eat her supper. She went to bed on a BM of 6.1. I'll be checking her in a few hours to make sure it's not dropping too low. My main question is.... How do you get a 2 year old to eat when they don't want to? We're not making a big deal out of it - but she's not getting biscuits or sweets as a substitute to her cooked food. I've found nothing online geared towards toddlers - everything is from age 7. We're new to diabetes - although my younger brother was type one diagnosed when I was 10, and my father type 2 in his 40's (rapidly changed to type1) I have some knowledge - but its very out of date. Charlotte is currently on a sliding scale, and we're due to see the consultant on Monday. Any help and advise from parent of toddlers would be great - or anyone with advise.