Getting him to sleep the past few nights has been a chore, since he's hooked up to IV's all day he doesn't get the chance to crawl around as usual and after fighting sleep for a few hours, he just closes his eyes and goes to sleep. Speaking of sleep, every time he sleeps we have to go to sleep, otherwise we'll run out of juice.
We did learn today, thanks to Katey, that he can sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, almost in tune, aside from the fact he doesn't really know the words, but hey it's still impressive. Cash is holding up well, considering everything he's going through. He's not a big fan of watching the Olympics so during times when we're watching it, he's watching his girlfriend Dora the Explorer on my laptop.
Today we were visited by a family from Lynden whose son has a Peanut like Cash's, but in a different place. We were blessed and encouraged by the visit and the father bought us a gift card to Tully's, the coffee shop of choice at Children's. Every morning around 6:00 I head down to Tully's and see the other parents who need coffee just as much as we do, last night I woke up every two hours to change Cash's diaper so sleep was difficult to come by.
All that being said, my brother Jeremy reminded me today that after tomorrow, we're one session down and only 5 more to go. That was a great, positive spin on Cash's treatment and with Katey's prayer during her visit we feel as encouraged as ever. It's a huge blessing to have such encouraging friends and family during our discovery of the 'new normal'. Here's a few pictures from the past few days, including Jack Jr's awesome time he's having at his Uncle Jerm the Worm's...Thanks for your continued prayers!!!