Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.– Nelson Mandela
There’s been no real change with her hypoglycemic episodes.
She’s still getting finger pokes. Endocrinology came by and taught Dad how to do the finger pokes “at home” but we’ve not been told any plans of leaving.
So, Avery is still just doing her thing at the hospital.
Fortunately, if that can be used here I guess, she’s comfortable at the hospital. She’s spent enough time here over the past 10 months that it probably feels like a second home to her.
Speaking of home, Mom had a sleepover with Big Sis last night at our house. She missed her and knew this was going to be a stressful week, so she came at her first chance.
Avery has her biopsy first thing tomorrow morning!
The results of this biopsy will determine whether or not
Whew. Lots of anxiety going into the next few days. We most likely won’t get the most crucial results back until early next week.
Finally, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is coming to a close soon.
But, for families like ours, every month, every day, this is our reality.
We don’t turn our gold shirts in for pink ones on October 1st.
We keep on fighting for our kids.
The estimated 15,780 children diagnosed with cancer this year.
The 40,000 children currently on active treatment in the U.S.
The families that — every 3 minutes — will receive the news that their child has been diagnosed with cancer.