Finn Part II
Sometimes I wonder if I am sharing too much of this cancer journey and the messiness this lifestyle brings, because it's VERY messy at times. We hold on to all the positives we can, we try and live our lives the best we can. We hope our friends and loved ones can hold on tight with us because honestly, we are at our worst as we watch our children fight for their lives, take tons of drugs and it just changes us.
These children give me hope. If they can do this...Cancer. Then us adults can get through it too. There is something about Finn that I can't explain. We went to visit him today and it's the best I have seen him. He was all smiles, his hair is growing back and he is getting his squishy cheeks back. If you have been following his journey, then you know he has had a tough one. He had his bladder and prostate removed and now has a bag on the outside of his body. They also received the news that cancer hasn't spread! Now they have the tough decision if they should do another round of chemo for safe measures. His little body has went through too much at the age of 2, but that doesn't seem to stop him! He showed me how he emptied his bag all by himself and it honestly broke my heart but made me so happy. He's here, he's happy, he's thriving. Every single time I leave their house I feel grateful for so many things. This life is so so precious.