My darling son

Son1 was diagnosed with leukaemia, just over 3 weeks ago, so I haven’t felt like blogging much under the current circumstances.  He is undergoing chemotherapy and has been experiencing painful side effects, particularly with eating, but this seems to be easing over the last couple of days.  He has been much happier since coming home from hospital last Sunday, although we still have frequent out-patient appointments.  And yesterday, I got the answer I needed to hear, that his chemotherapy is progressing as well as can be expected.

We have a wonderful support network from the mums at school who have been fantastic.  They are helping us in every way they can by collecting son2 from school and providing us with home-cooked meals, plus so much more.  And son1 has received so many kind gifts, that I am overwhelmed by everyone’s care.

son1 with his Beads of Courage

Son1 with his Beads of Courage

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