Monday, September 15, 2008

6.9 oops 6.7 AFP thats all I have to say!!! Happy tears!

Teacher Betsy... we're comming to school. Feel free to share our blog. We're so happy. We don't go back to Children's for 1 month. We're so happy. Ashley's going to be okay!!!!!

The nurse just called back. Its actually 6.7 not 6.9 even better. We now get to schedule taking her port out. Yeah!!!!! - Apri

11 comments:

Scott said...

Awesome news! What a great day! We are so happy for you guys.
Scott, Dodie, Sydney and Benjamin

Mako said...

THE BEST NEWS EVER!!!! So great to have such positive news after the roller coaster journey. Enjoy the sunshine and have fun in school Ashley!!!!

Love the new look of the blog too!

Andrea said...

That is fabulous news. I'm so happy I could cry! Big hugs to you all. Hope to see you soon.
Andrea

Cary said...

Fantastic! I am so happy and relieved for all of you. Enjoy your celebration! :-)

Betsy James said...

Shivers and tears!!!! That's my reaction! To read it in print is so powerful. What a great thing. Yay Ashley!! See you at school!!!

~Teacher Betsy

Crystal said...

I wish you could see my happy dance! Yippee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Susan said...

YEAH! I'm so happy for you all and especially Ashley, so she doesn't have to go through any more procedures for a long while. I hope we can see you all soon.

Claire Everett said...

Thats great news!! It is such a relief to get a 'normal reading'!!! I am really pleased for you. Claire x

Kara said...

So happy for you guys!!

shaynemsb said...

Hi, Congrats on the AFP score! I recently found your story on the NCCS website. I have a 5 yr son, Jacob, survivor of hepatoblastoma. After surgeries and chemo treatments, he was just 6months old when we entered the wonderful. but anxiety-filled world of remission. We are currently picking up the pieces of life after cancer. Cisplatin robbed Jacob of his high- frequency hearing and wears hearing aids. Keep a close eye on her hearing! Again, congratulations on the happy news. I know all too well the long, difficult and exhausting road you have traveled. I also had an older child (4 then, now 9) to raise while going through so much with a critically ill child. If I can be of help, I'm just an email away!
Sincerely, Shayne Brown, Dallas, TX
Shaynemsb@yahoo.com

B-Gabbard Fam said...

YAY! It was so great to see the two of you in passing at preschool the other day! "Normal" daily activities must feel so good! I am amazed by the strength your family has had am so happy that Ashley is doing well! Still thinking of your family~Vanessa