Monday, April 7, 2008

What a Contrast!

Yesterday was yet another active and playful day for Henry and today is shaping up to be the same. Tara reminded me this morning that at this time during the last cycle, Henry had the beginnings of his rash and the coughing that preceeded his mucousitis, and was on morphine for pain. Every good day now feels like we've dodged a bullet. We're crossing our fingers for the time being, but I'm not sure we can hope for too much more for too much longer!


Granya said...

It's OK to hope - it's a waiting game that keeps on giving.

Every day of comfort is one less of agony.


Femail doc said...

Good news indeed!

Anonymous said...

We agree - we all will continue to hope for more of these kinds of days for Henry. Thanks for sharing the great news.

Love, Julie, Brad, Patrick, Andrew and Samantha

Anonymous said...

Just maybe all those prayers for you and Henry are making this cycle less traumatic? It is awesome he is still playful and doing good...we will all hang onto that!

Love you all

Cousin Susan H.

t said...

Oh, please continue to HOPE. Without hope, there's nothing left. I pray for little Henry, daily. He deserves so much and I know good things are right around the corner!

Love to all


Dani said...

We are praying and hopeful for you all. So nice to see Henry cheery and playing in the pictures - what an amazingly brave and strong little boy!

Lots of love
Dani, Ben, Joey and Baby

Anonymous said...

Look, the sun is out. Henry is making train tracks and tooling around in is car. A bump may be around the corner, but Henry is a good driver. He will make it home.
Miss Susan