As I wrote earlier in the week, Kayla had her last scheduled chemotherapy treatment on Monday. You would have thought that it would have been a great week. We could go back to our normal routine until her next follow-up visit on December 3rd. We’d all be in a celebratory mood. Yay! Kayla is done… Continue reading In a funk
Kayla finished her last chemo treatment yesterday. We were blessed to have my dad and stepmom here with us. We were blessed to have a wonderful oncology nurse give Kayla her last treatment. The nurse was an older woman and we’d never had her before. She gave Kayla a hug and she talked to Kayla… Continue reading Last chemo treatment
I haven’t been blogging for a while. Our family has settled into this weird sort of normal routine involving taking Kayla to her medical appointments, fitting work in between, and enjoying the days when Kayla is feeling good. Two weeks ago, Kayla was having a really great week, probably the best she has had since… Continue reading End of Round 3
Kayla completed her seventh week of chemotherapy on Friday with another round of 5-day inpatient treatment. Her white blood cell count is back up, thanks to the Neupogen injections she received the week before. Unfortunately, this meant that she didn’t have to have a private room and so she had a roommate all week. Rest… Continue reading A good week
Home sweet home! I love my bed so much! ❤ Kayla is home after spending five days as an inpatient in the hospital for her chemotherapy infusions. Week 1 of her chemotherapy cycles requires a 5-day inpatient stay and it’s not fun. The medical staff is awesome as a whole, but nurses get busy. Kayla… Continue reading Chemotherapy
I haven’t run in weeks. I just can’t get into any kind of rhythm. Between Kayla’s hospital stays, doctor appointments, and caring for her, I can’t get any kind of routine going that includes running. Yes, I can squeeze in a run here….a run there….but I don’t feel like I’m getting anything out of running… Continue reading Hiatus from running
Kayla was discharged from the hospital on Friday after having her first week of inpatient chemotherapy. She was pretty wiped out and slept all afternoon. She ate a bit of dinner and then went back to sleep. On Saturday, she spent the day feeling miserable because she hadn’t pooped in about 5 days. She was… Continue reading Well, that sucked.