Yes, we have tracked on our Naomi Berrie log (which I have modified many times since diagnosis). We circle all highs in red and I used to number them, H1, H2, etc by time period. Same with lows, which we circle in blue. However, her blood sugars change so rapidly now that only her basal pattern stays the same, not the basals. I have created colored lines at the bottom of her chart (colored printer). On the side of the chart, I put the blood sugar number. So it is 50 (blue), 75 (yellow), 100 (yellow), 125 (yellow), 150 (light pink), 175, darker pink, 200 (magenta), 250 (light red) and 300 (red). On Naomie Berrie sheets the time is the top row of the sheet from 12 midnight until 11pm. So I can now chart her blood sugars and that visual is extremely helpful. Below all this is her breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner and I created a basal change box, as well as TDD box, basal, bolus, etc. Unfortunately, I did not get the idea for the graph until I had cgms (though I had seen John Walsh’s graphs before). The graphing has been the most helpful; I can see at a glance when she is above or below range, and the time it happens. We leave the logbook open to the right page, on a little cabinet below our kitchen phone. I do not want to wait until we download pump or cgms to see what’s going on.