She’s growing up at warp speed now. I’d say “slow down,” but I know better.
Love the pink pumps!!, go Elsa!!!
I took two days to read this whole blog after googling toddler and mercaptopurine to see how other parents of toddlers were giving this med. My daughter was diagnosed in May of 2012 at 18 months, and every page I read, I was nodding along. Yes, its like that. And that. And that too. Natalie is also in the same clinical trial. We have just started maintenance ourselves.
Reading more of your wonderful blog while doing the before cut off nursing at 2.30 am a night before intrathecal. But n snack and our patient is crying desperately for “snack” and “goldfish”. I I hope you are able to leave your blog posted for a long time!
Elsa’s pictures just finally quelled persistent cries for “snack!” “Goldfish!” This night before procedure when NPO has commenced. “Look, R, this little girl who had Leukemia has dress up shoes like yours, she had hair now, look at her bday cupcake, do you want one like that??” R is finally asleep. God, Thank you for this blog
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