Thursday, 15 December 2011

Crawling her way out of neutropenia

Well, daughter has crawled her way out of neutropenia and is hovering just above the acceptable chemo limit.  She will restart her tablets tonight.  I am really hoping that these will not make her ill, given that she is only just within the acceptable range.

I really want us all to have a special Christmas at home, after what has been a very hard year.  This is for all of us.  I think spending it in hospital would put a real strain on everybody.  

Tension is running high as son's 3rd birthday is one sleep away.  He is already over excited and threw a huge strop at his playgroup Christmas party this morning, and attempted to overturn the cake stall.  He is going to be as high as a kite in the morning.

Birthday cake, as predicted, looks naff.  However, he is a toddler so he was very chuffed with it, and that's all that matters!

Daughter and son sat playing bricks all afternoon. It was lovely to see.  Duplo is a great bridger of the 10 year age gap between them.

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