Surgery

I was unsuccessful at convincing everyone involved to remove Eli's port before the 6 week-post-RSV mark. So, here we are 6 weeks post-RSV, waiting to be taken back for port removal surgery. Eli doesn't know it yet, but we will be celebrating with a little parade around the neighborhood near our home afterwards. Some friends …

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Leprechaun traps, Port removal, and COVID 19

The kids like to try and catch Leprechauns each year on St. Patrick's Day. This year, they set out the traps they worked on earlier today. This is what they came up with: Gold coins to lure the leprechaun into a box too deep to escape A gold coin that can't be removed (maybe leprechauns …

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Sometimes I like being right and Celebrating a Milestone

If you managed to make it to the end of my last post, you may be wondering how things ended up with Noah. Let's start with Eli's milestone. Celebrating a Milestone A common event in many children's hospitals when a child has completed their cancer treatment is a bell ringing celebration. Eli officially finished his …

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