I found some fun picutres we took last month that haven't made it onto the blog yet.
Playing dress up in Yolandas room.
|Waiting for her MRI, when we finish the book we can just read daddys shirt!|
|Brynn, Charlotte and Jocelyn at RMcD House.|
|Reading Christmas stories, snuggled with Brynn-a good place to be!|
|A pile of meds.|
|Breakfast, some make it in I'm sure.|
|Sisters, glad to be home together.|
|Princesses love their sunglasses!|
|Making Christmas gifts- yep, painted rocks this year!|
|Making snow angels, out the first day it snowed.|
|Ewww, Im not sticking my hands in THERE!!!|
|OK, now that Mommys got it all cleaned out.|
|Brain surgery pumpkin... not much to work with in there!|
|The Ronald McDonald House crew put on a fun afternoon!|
|Getting a hair cut... we was not too enthusiastic!|
|Charlotte helping out with checking her blood pressure.|
|Some of our favourite nurses, we were so happy that they all ended up working on our last day.|
|One of Charlottes new friends, we will get to play with her at RMcD house too.|
|A quick nap before we head over to RMcD House.|
Things are finishing up; we are seeing an end in sight. It’s hard not knowing when the end actually is.... will we ever feel like it’s over? We do not have a definite single day or event that we are working towards, it’s hard to not have a goal. The drugs are done though.
The next little while will hopefully go as smoothly as the last rounds did. We will wait for her to recover from the chemo, once this “round” is over we will go back for an MRI and if that shows nothing they will schedule a surgery for her central line removal. That could take a day or a month to get her in judging by the mixed messages we have heard. Once her line is out that will be a big relief that that part of our journey is over. We will be able to play without caution and concern, baths will not be such a procedure, and swimming will be an option.