June 10, 2013
4 Months Caner Free
Joshua's scan in June revealed a cancer free Josh! That day Kyle and I celebrated our 19th wedding anniversary. I can't think of a better gift than that!
We were given the go ahead to have Josh's shunt removed. That was done the next day by Dr. Riv-Cambrin. Everything went perfectly! Although, Josh was pretty upset because his hair was finally coming back in, and then they messed it all up to take out the shunt! We had to even things out a bit when we got back home.
This was the first time all of our children were able to visit Josh in the hospital. There is a strength that comes from being together, even if it is in the hospital! I am so proud of all of my children, for their strength and for their faith. Getting Josh through his battle with cancer impacted our entire family deeply! I am so grateful for their kindness, their patience, their love and their loyalty to their brother in his time of need!
|Our 19th wedding anniversary celebrated at Primary Children's Medical Center|
|Josh and Dr. Sato. She is off to Texas|
|Waiting for surgery with Dad|
|Drake and Josh|
|Dad and Josh|
|Kyler and Josh|
|Andrew and Josh|
|Kelsie and Josh|
|Grandma Wilson and Josh|
Who do you think bought the ice cream?
|Grandpa Wilson and Josh|
|Time to take out the temporary drain they left in|
|Drain and Shunt free!|
|Time to even out the hair. Mohawk? Mohawk! Because he can!|
|We were able to see Grandma and Grandpa Haworth before they entered the MTC. They are headed to Iowa for 18 months! We spent some good time with them at Uncle Dave's. They will be missed!|