My 5 year old daughter has been using the omnipod for about 6 weeks. We really like it, but are having increasingly worse site problems. We were only getting about 48 hours from an infusion site before it went bad (meaning her blood sugars are really high, having tunneling at site). We started changing the pod every 2 days, but now that is not working and we get about 24 hours from one site. At the insertion site, she gets a bubble that can be squeezed and insulin pours out or insulin leakage at the site. It occurs suddenly. Her blood sugars will be fine all day, and then suddenly she will have a high that cannot be brought down until a site change or a regular injection. We pinch her skin during insertion and have tried site rotations and other sites besides her abd, but are having no luck. Is this a common problem with kids? We are really frustrated and she doesn't want to go back to shots. Are there any tricks to helping a site last longer? Thanks for any help anyone can offer.