After I woke up and realized what was going on, I looked at my pump to find this error:
BUTTON ERROR: Button has been pushed for more than 3 minutes.
Press ESC, ACT to clear.
What in the world?! A button error?! In my almost 3 years of pumping, I have never seen this error before. I guess in my tossing and turning, Arnold made his way up to my rib cage where he pressed one of his buttons up to my rib case for . . . more than 3 minutes.
The whole physics and statistics of the situation astound me. First of all, which button did I push? I know it wasn't the light button, because it wasn't on. I'm pretty sure it wasn't the easy bolus/up button because I would think I would have heard the beep-Beep-BEEP of the increasing units, which is very scary! I could have had a Ninjabetic experience. I have been known to sleep through my pump alarms before--I usually wake up to, "Holly, you're buzzing" by my wonderful hubby.
I've deduced that it was either the bolus wizard, ESC, or ACT button because these three buttons have the most surface area than the other buttons on my pump and they were parallel with my rib cage. (I've just realized my physicist, engineer self is coming out--apologizing in advance.) So, I hit ESC, ACT to clear this weird error.
I suppose Arnold is excited about Constance's arrival this week, and waiting to exclaim it? Though, I am wondering how I am going to wake up to these late night/early morning Dexcom alarms if I can't hear my pump alarm. I guess I just bought a new alarm to wake up Trey, who will in turn wake me up. Hehe . . .
Diabetes, you continue to surprise me.