|Eli gets measured once a month. The growth|
hormone has been stopped since the relapse.
He hasn't grown any.
|This is one reason we chose this treatment path.|
home and in the car with them because we believe this to be an airborne virus (according to the pediatrician). I had plans with the girls to go on a two-night trip to their honor society convention, but now that Vic is so sick he couldn’t stay with Eli. And, if I sent Abbey on with someone else, I would hate for her to get sick down there and expose whoever she was with and then me have to make it two hours away to go get her. So, we did not get to go. I really hated it for them, and was looking forward to spending some time with them and our school buddies. To complicate things (I know, right), Vic can no longer work remotely, so that is going to hurt us, really hurt us, not just now, but with Eli’s
|With half the fam quarantine and Abbey at a birthday party,|
it was just me and my fav cancer fighter for Friday night.
We chose pizza, legos, movie and the couch.
|We've been missing Daddy, so legos help.|
|Again - this is why. Quality of life.|
|This is Eli during one of the in-patient courses|
of his first treatment at Memphis
picking out a movie at the nurses station.
Please, remember Nolan and Brayden. I have only “cyber-met” these moms, but they are struggling with relapse right now. Both boys on different treatments, but both are having a really tough time. Brayden is on the St. Jude “experiment” that we will do when this band-aid doesn’t hold any more for Eli. And, it looks like it is rough for him. Plus, his little brother is showing some scary symptoms and is being checked on Tuesday. So, that mother is beside herself right now. So, special prayers for the kids, families and medical professionals taking care of these guys that are fighting so hard.