Sunday, March 25, 2012
Spending some quality boy time in the Music Room at the Target House.
And moments for brothers to bond like brothers do!
A Trip to the Memphis Zoo..
And back to reality ....
Keegan, daddy, and Wesson checking out some fishies in the A-B clinic waiting room before Wesson's much needed blood transfusion...
Blood transfusion # 19 since diagnosis
Pulled his NG tube out --- because he's ready for some real food!
He loves having the freedom to roll without getting tangled in his NG tube...and we love looking at his beautiful glowing face. (:
Admission to the 2nd floor leukemia wing...shortly after Wesson's BMA and IT procedures. Ready to start the new chemo regimen...bring it on! We'll stick by your side Wesson -- every step of the way....
Vivacious hunger with the steroids...and a new found love for string cheese!
Learning to stand like a big boy...
The Mitoxantrone....blue in color and very fascinating -- not only because of the color, but because it was developed in the UK and proved by the British to be more successful at terminating cancerous cells than it's sister drug Daunorubicin which was was the chemotherapy that Wesson recieved in his induction phase back in November...
I cannot get enough of this sweetie....we make each other smile.
Loving his new DINO jammies...thanks Aunt Janet! Wesson has gotten many compliments from the flirty nurses...
Wesson you continue to AMAZE us...and we ask that you do continue to "Potty Like a Rockstar". Each and everyday with you brings new discoveries and challenges...but also a deeper found love for your sweetness. You make your parents not only happy but incredibly proud -- and in your first 7 months, you have taught us more about courage, strength, patience, love and the value of life....then we could have learned in a lifetime had you not blessed us with your presence on August, 1st 2011. We Love You...and know that you have so much to prove....you will reign power over your demons, and prove to the world what an accomplished young man you can be. MUAH!
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